Brain

Study Shows Significant Brain Recovery Following Alcohol Abstinence

the study, Published in a magazine in August alcoholfocused on how long-term abstinence can reverse the effects of cortical thinning in the brains of people with alcohol use disorders. “Several…

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Research Shows Science Behind Psychedelics, Psychotherapy’s Ability To Cause Quick Brain Changes

Psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy combines the principles of talk therapy with the effects of psychedelics. Many people seeking help for depression, PTSD, anxiety, or other mental health conditions have likely tried one…

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Study: Cannabis Users’ Empathy-Focused Brain Regions Have Stronger Connectivity

Many cannabis users will attest to the fact that cannabis actually brings people together and helps them develop a better sense of mutual understanding and mutual respect. Science is finally…

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Scientists Map Out Effects of DMT on the Brain

An advanced brain imaging study by a team of UK-based scientists shows how dimethyltryptamine (DMT) alters our perception of reality by altering communication and connections. According to information on March…

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U.K. Researchers Launch Study Exploring Weed’s Effects on the Brain

British researchers are now recruiting volunteers for a study designed to investigate the effects of cannabis on the human brain. Paid for participation in research conducted as part of the…

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Higher Profile: Dr. Rebecca Siegel, Author, The Brain on Cannabis

Dr. Rebecca Siegel’s book admits that as a teenager in the 1980s, she grew up with the “marijuana” stereotype. They believed that marijuana was only used by unproductive, low-performing “potheads.”…

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