A new study conducted by the Psychological and Addiction Research Center (PARC) found that MDMA users have more emotional emotions than other drug users who use substances such as cocaine, cannabis and ketamine.
Over the last couple of years, scientists have made numerous progress that showed us the useful use of MDMA to deal with mental health problems such as PTSD and alcoholism. Given the drug to octoopic to examine the basis of social behavior and foster their capabilities to help people get more and more confident, the health benefits of this illegal party's drug are more clearly to run each study.
sets out a new set of drug trials to investigate the "long-term impact of MDMA recreational use of these basic social processes".
The study involved 67 drug users: 25 of them took MDMA once a month, 1
These results are in conflict with a previous, moderate doubt, the use of long-term MDMA can cause higher social distress – find the most relevant in considering their therapeutic objectives. This means that the people suffering from different mental health disorders can use the drug moderately for treatment over time periods without affecting their emotions of social concerns.
It is important to note, however, that there is no proof that MDMA will increase emotional and cognitive emotions over time. It is possible that the individuals who participated in this study can attract MDMA as they are more naturally effective and wish to find the effects of the drug society. To test the long-term MDMA effects and how it increases empathy over time, a new study would test its materials before they start using the drug regularly for a period of time extension.
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