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Psychedelics Slip in The Neurons for Neuroplasticity

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Jun 03 2023, 5:51 am

pretty awesome. theres a book "how to change your mind" by (forgot his first name) pollan, and he goes over the history of how doctors and these research clinics have used psychadelics to significantly improve ppls depression and other problems. They have an environment that has a guide to help the patient through the experience and limit the chances of a bad trip to a minimum, pretty interesting stuff



Jun 02 2023, 11:17 pm

5 STARS!!!! Thank you Dr. Syed. Excellent presentation J. Galligan Ph.D.

In this breakthrough study, the researchers have demonstrated how psychedelics can cross the neuronal cell membrane and act on the intracellular 5-HT2A receptors. The result of the binding to these receptors is the increase in arborization of the dendrites, leading to more complex neuronal connections. This, in turn, leads to rapid and lasting effects for neuroplasticity and psychoplasticity. Let's review this study.

Psychedelics promote neuroplasticity through the activation of intracellular 5-HT2A receptors

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