Mental health: Psychologists uncover a key way to boost someone else’s mood


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The results add to a growing body of evidence highlighting the potential benefits of microdosing.

Co-author of the study Dr Zach Walsh said: “This is the largest longitudinal study of this kind to date of microdosing psilocybin and one of the few studies to engage a control group.

“Our findings of improved mood and reduced symptoms of depression, anxiety, and stress add to the growing conversation about therapeutic potential of microdosing.”

Such are the positive nature of the results, co-author Paul Stamets said they could inform the design of clinical trials.


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