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Health - A question about LSD and Mental Health problems.

Discussion in 'LSD' started by bolle1, Oct 1, 2006.

  1. bolle1

    bolle1 Newbie

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    Oct 1, 2006
    31 y/o
    With is maddened from lsd it's possible to return to the sanity with cease with the lsd?
  2. matti_2003

    matti_2003 Gold Member

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    Dec 27, 2004
    from U.K.
    Read the rules regarding the use of a descriptive topic title
  3. Jatelka

    Jatelka Psychedelic Shepherdess Platinum Member & Advisor

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    Oct 16, 2005
    from U.K.
    From the rules:

    • Use descriptive Topic Subject. This will help others find what they want to read. Topics with bad Topic subjects may be deleted! - there's nothing more annoying than looking at all those stupid "A stupid question" subject lines. I mean, I'm damn lazy, but how hard is it to type "A stupid question about (insert something here)"? As a rule of thumb, most thread titles should include the full name of the drug discussed.

    A rule many tend to forget will cause a mass of warnings soon...

    bolle: Is You using a translator, coz the post is kind of hard to decipher.
    Do you mean "If one has mental problems with the use of LSD then will they stop if one stops using LSD"?

    Cohen's seminal study of 1960 showed that psychosis was no more common in users of LSD than in the general population. LSD does not "cause" mental health problems but may unmask latent tendancies. Having said that, any person with a history (or family history) of mental illness would be unwise to to use psychedelics.

    If an individual finds that drug use causes feelings/emotions that make them unhappy or unstable then of course use of that substance should cease. Hopefully with cessation of use then those thoughts/feelings will subside.