Friday, March 30, 2018

Supportive Relationships Helpful for Persons Seeking TMS Health Solutions Treatment

TMS therapyIt is estimated that one in four people, young and old, will experience depression at some point in their lifetime. Clinical depression can interrupt daily life such as work, family, and even carrying out basic activities. In addition, clinical depression can have a debilitating effect on relationships. A person with clinical depression can suffer enormous pain; often times in silence.

Friends and Family

Often times, with friends and family it's easy to tell someone to "snap out of it" or dismiss their behavior as being minor. However, when it's a medical illness, a person is typically told to go to the doctor's office. Any type of concern for mental illness should be thought of in the same manner.

Sometimes it can be difficult for someone close to see that a person's behavior has changed. However, anyone who shows signs of behavior that is unexplained, or becomes increasingly irrational in their behavior, needs to be taken seriously. In most cases, the person may not feel comfortable talking about their mental health. This makes helping them more difficult, and they need patience and compassion.


When a colleague is not pulling their weight at work, people often think of them as lazy, bad at their job, or that they just don't care. However, it could be that a person is suffering from a mental health condition, and in some cases, they might not even know it themselves. A colleague could also be dealing with their mental health condition privately.

Because people spend so much time in the workplace, often times more than they do with family, it's important that colleagues are mindful of unusual behavior. People are often let go from their job for bad performance, and they're too afraid to tell anyone about their clinical depression due to a fear of being labeled.

A colleague who is sad, argumentative, apathetic, disengaged, or not meeting deadlines could be dealing with a mental health condition.

Support and Therapy

When a person is seeking treatment, such as Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS), they need the support of friends and family. TMS Therapy is FDA-cleared and deals directly with the prefrontal cortex for stimulating an improved mood, while reducing the overwhelming symptoms of clinical depression.

According to the Centers for Disease and Control, 6.7 percent of the American population will experience an episode of some form of depression in 2018. A staggering 40 percent of patients receiving treatment will not respond to anti-depressants or other traditional methods for treating clinical depression. Patients who make the difficult decision to seek treatment for clinical depression need compassion, understanding, and support. While TMS Therapy sessions are extremely non-invasive and allow people to continue with productive lives, it is often a support system that makes the biggest difference while receiving any type of treatment for a mental health condition.

TMS Health Solutions understands how devastating mental health conditions can be for patients. As experts in TMS Therapy, the clinical staff is highly committed to the concerns of their patients for educating them on which treatment can be the most beneficial for their specific mental health condition. The philosophy of TMS Health Solutions is simple- to listen, understand, and to help.

Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Atlanta's DJ Younjosh is Breaking Sound Barriers

It is rare when an artist brings to the stage an original, high energy voice and when that happens, it is our responsibility to pay attention. Such are the sounds originating from Atlanta’s own up and coming DJ and producer Younjosh, sharp tones of vibrant life experience mixed with an energy that captivates immediately and refuses to let go. His artistry and his heart are on display for each show he crafts, weaving those innate skills held by only the most innovative.



Atlanta's music scene is seeing an explosion of originality the likes of which haven't been experienced in decades. Night after night, crowds seek out the scene that Younjosh is laying down from the Fox Theatre, the Red Martini and the Buckhead Saloon. Digging into his mixes, one can readily feel the excitement and the process of his art. To be honest, his shows need to be experienced to truly begin to grasp where Atlanta's music scene is heading.

Perhaps the best example of Younjosh’s magic can be demonstrated through his sold-out show at the world famous Fox Theatre in midtown Atlanta back in March of 2018. By 9 that night, the Fox was at capacity and the night rolled on through Younjosh’s eclectic music selection. The floor was packed from first beat drop to the last, his sounds reaching a new audience for South Gwinnett High School’s stellar prom night. To bookend the night, the patron of the Fox joined him on stage for a congratulatory revel.

At this time, midtown Atlanta is an exciting place, where great and cutting edge music can still be accessed. Though his star is rising faster than even he can imagine, DJ Younjosh is still in the scene that he is helping to build back up. Select events in Atlanta can still book him through and can be part of the experience as the story unfolds in his social media accounts. Should you wish to be part of this historic and meteoric rise, check out what he's saying through his music. You'll thank yourself when you do.

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