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Psychedelic use associated with lower odds of heart disease and diabetes, study finds

Psychedelic use associated with lower odds of heart disease and diabetes, study finds

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  1. I consider myself a psychedelics advocate. I also consider the chances of any causal interaction between psychedelic consumption and heart disease + diabetes to be exactly 0%. With a confidence interval comprised between 0% and 0%.

  2. Shouldn’t really be surprising, I think, in light of a lot of the other contemporary research coming out about the connections they build in the brain. It’s easy to imagine body awareness being a side-effect of this.

  3. Well this is fantastic news – my grandad died of heart disease when he was 52, my dad had a triple heart bypass when he was 48. I’m 46 and was slowly wondering when my time would be, but even for someone obese my heart feels fine.

    I had chronic headaches for 30 years, and spent three years taking pyschadelics every week because it calmed them down, I always worried it had caused more harm than good but it appears I may have done more good.

  4. And here we are in India, where rich kids making the news because they found 22 pills of mdma (which is currently being studied for PTSD outside India). The DEA must be having a laugh right now …

    Edit : typo

  5. I think this is more of a correlation thing, money and leisure time. Most psychedelics take so long to use, you need to be willing to commit a fair chunk of time compared to say weed or alcohol.

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