What Is Ketamine?
Side Effects Are Limited
When used in controlled doses under a doctor’s supervision, side effects from Ketamine are rare, affecting less than 2% of patients. Some patients report drowsiness, blurred vision, dizziness, and the sensation of having an “out-of-body” experience, but these symptoms typically subside within the first hour of receiving treatment. Over 15 years of research into the use of Ketamine to treat severe depression have shown no long-term side effects. Grogginess after treatment is extremely common, which is why patients are required to have a driver present to transport them home.