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Psilocybin Treatment Resistant Depression

Psilocybin Treatment Resistant Depression

Psiloscience.ca has been dedicating their time and effort in perfecting a 100% natural and non-GMO treatment for people suffering from various kinds of mental illnesses. Their breakthrough product is the use of psilocybin, the potent ingredient of magic mushrooms. Clinical tests and various studies have been conducted and all these points to the fact that psilocybin can significantly help treat depression.

Is psilocybin treatment scientifically approved?

The answer to this question is plain and downright yes. As a matter of fact, researchers all over the world are currently fast-tracking in developing depression treatment programs using psilocybin.

Last year, the FDA already issued a designation to psilocybin treatment resistant depression drug done by COMPASS Pathways. This only suggests that accelerated studies and approval procedures related to drugs bearing reliable and persuasive preliminary evidence are taking place. The studies in the past already showed that psilocybin treatments can afford an immediate and prolonged reduction of depression even after a single treatment.

The effects were described as psilocybin shaking up the brain akin to a snow globe. Also, some research patients explained that they felt that their brains underwent a reboot, gathering new connections while deactivating those old ones which might cause the depression.

Since 1950, psilocybin therapy has already been controversial. This treatment method involves psychoactive medicine, psychological support, and the use of psychedelic mushrooms. Dr. Charles Raison, MD, School of Human Ecology professor at the Wisconsin-Madison University said that therapies based on mushrooms were originally observed and used among patients with cancer or those suffering from severe alcoholism. It was in the early part of 2000 that investigators who were privately funded noticed the positive effects of these substances on the patient’s mood.

What are the effects of psilocybin on those who took it?

Different clinical trials and research conducted by laboratories, privately-funded institutions, and universities revealed the positive effects of psilocybin treatment resistant depression on patients suffering from various mental conditions. One of the most notable effects is that it rewired the individuals’ brains and fine-tuning the circuits that caused negative emotions. In the process of finding this out, the researchers also discovered the relationship between the brain’s peak experience and the post-treatment frequency. The former was found to have resulted in improved connectivity after the therapy. The frequency of the post-treatment therapy, on one hand, led to better treatment results.

Part of the research results to bolster the efficacy of psilocybin in treating depression is another study wherein various patient respondents were shown faces carrying different kinds of human emotions. There were faces showing fear, neutral emotions, and happiness.

While they were shown these emotions, their brain activities, especially the activities in their amygdala, were analyzed. It was found out that those patients showed improved brain activities when shown a negative emotion after they underwent the therapy. Though this result is quite the opposite of the preconceived notions, the researchers were able to find a great link and explanation why.

According to them, a stronger and better response means a great improvement in emotion processing. While the patient’s brain activities grow stronger, they also improved their emotional responsiveness. This responsiveness allows the acceptance and resolution of these negative emotions causing depression.

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