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The Psychedelic Effects of LSD on Artists
LSD and the Artist Since LSD became a popular psychedelic hallucinogen in the 1960’s, it has been used as a creativity enhancer by many artists and musicians. The drug itself created a huge wave called the Psychedelic Movement. The psychedelic art movement generally included surrealistic subject matter, fractal patterns,...
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An Analysis of the Effects of Ketamine in Curing Depression
The current regimen for treating depression mainly targets monoamine levels in order to moderate the symptoms of depression. Drugs that alter the monoamine levels can take weeks to accumulate within the body. As such, it can take weeks or months to see improvements in depressive symptoms.(Walter, Li, & Demenscu, 2014, p.56-...
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The Effects of Unisom; a Drug for Insomnia
Unisom: A Full Night's Rest In One Little Pill Every now and then, we all go through periods where it is difficult to fall asleep. Maybe there's an exciting day ahead for someone and they're way too excited to sleep and maybe another person is experiencing some type of stress in their life that makes it impossible to rest....
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An Understanding of Addiction
Addiction Addiction can be defined as a physical or psychological dependence on just about anything. Typically people become addicted to a common variety of things. Substances such as alcohol, tobacco, caffeine or other drugs are popular addictions. Some non-substance addictions that often occur in people are gambling, s...
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