Study Examines Microdosing Psychedelics To Enhance Focus and Ease Anxiety

image edited by Fernando Kaskais Study Examines Microdosing Psychedelics To Enhance Focus and Ease Anxiety by JOE BATTAGLIA Microdosing is the act of consuming sub-perceptual amounts of psychedelics, like LSD or Psilocybin Mushrooms. A new study from the University of Toronto reveals fascinating insights into how and why people use small doses of psychedelics for therapeutic effects. “”Psychedelics” are substances with the ability to expand human awareness beyond our normal modes of perception. Some may be the most amazing substances known to humanity, so potent that just 1/10,000th of a gram can send one on a journey beyond time and … Continue reading Study Examines Microdosing Psychedelics To Enhance Focus and Ease Anxiety

Study: Rising Temperatures in U.S. and Mexico Will Lead to More Suicides

DAVID MCNEW/GETTY Scientists found that there’s a definite correlation between warmer temperatures and suicide risk—at least in the United States and Mexico. by TANYA BASU A study published this week in Nature Climate Change suggests that climate change’s hotter temperatures might have an unintended, unforeseen effect: a veritable spike in suicide rates. That might seem surprising, given the popular conception that winter’s dreary, perpetually gray, freezing weather is often associated with increases in depression and therefore suicide. But data indicates that notion is far from the truth. “Even back to the 1800s, suicide rates were higher in late spring and early summer,” Marshall Burke, an … Continue reading Study: Rising Temperatures in U.S. and Mexico Will Lead to More Suicides

How getting married changes your personality

Credit: Pixabay  by PAUL RATNER Marriage can be a wonderful life-long partnership between two people that often results in raising children, shared experiences, better health, and, ultimately, happiness. It can also fall apart, leading to divorce, lifelong trauma for you and the kids, as well as loneliness, which has all the hallmarks of a nationwide epidemic. 47% of Americans do not have meaningful interactions with friends or family on a daily basis, says a 2018 survey by the nationwide insurer Cigna. Making marriage last requires both work and an understanding of the ebbs and flows that are a part of any relationship. According to a recent … Continue reading How getting married changes your personality