Are Psychedelics the Future of Therapy?

Are Psychedelics the Future of Therapy?

Authored by Pin Ng PhD

Reviewed by Michael Por, MD

Are psychedelics the future of therapy?

 

Psychedelic therapy is not a daily medication that individuals can take to cure their mental health disorder or substance abuse problems. The therapy has shown great promise in long-term results. Once seen as an illegal substance, psilocybin doses could be the magic medicine needed to solve the problems suffered by billions of people around the globe. The antidepressant and substance misuse medications individuals take each day could be a thing of the past with psychedelic therapy showing strong signs of being the cure of the future.

 

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Psychedelics could be the answer to the addictive antidepressants that have been prescribed to patients like candy over the last 30 years. It is no secret that antidepressants have failed to work for many people who suffer from depression.
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