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Anxiety disorders are frequently associated with serious depression, as well as alcohol and drug abuse. This high proportion of comorbidity could explain some of the higher morbidity and mortality associated with anxiety disorders. ECT is more successful than medication or treatment at alleviating symptoms of the most severe forms of depression, but because it is an intrusive operation that might induce memory issues, it should only be performed when absolutely required. Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is useful in the treatment of people with major depressive disorder who also have anxiety symptoms. ECT is thought to be a safe strategy that can be quite useful in reducing severe mental symptoms in properly selected persons. Please discuss any concerns you have with your doctor before starting ECT, as you would with any other intervention, procedure, or medicine. Cadabams is equipped with skilled professionals who after assessing your needs deeply, curate a treatment plan using ECT for anxiety in Hyderabad to manage the comorbidities depending on the severity to ensure the best treatment.

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Is ECT only used to treat anxiety?

Because ECT is not used to treat anxiety, it is not appropriate for persons who only have an anxiety condition. People with comorbid depression and anxiety may benefit from ECT.

Who isn’t a candidate for electroconvulsive therapy (ECT)?

Even if they believe ECT could assist them, not everyone is a candidate for treatment. Children under the age of eleven, for example, are not eligible for ECT treatment for mental health issues. ECT treatments should be avoided by those with heart issues and those who cannot tolerate brief sedatives or muscle relaxants.

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