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Notable Research for Treating Anxiety

Psilocybin for Anxiety and Depression in Life-threatening Cancer

This randomized double-blind trial assessed the effects of psilocybin on anxiety and depression in patients with life-threatening cancer. Participants receiving a single high dose of psilocybin experienced significant and sustained reductions in anxiety and depression, with benefits persisting for six months.

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Psilocybin for End-of-Life Anxiety

This pilot study investigated the effects of psilocybin on anxiety in patients with advanced-stage cancer. The study found that a single dose of psilocybin produced significant reductions in anxiety and improved mood, with effects lasting for several months.

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LSD for Anxiety in Life-threatening Illness

This study explored the use of LSD-assisted psychotherapy in patients with anxiety related to life-threatening illnesses. The results indicated that LSD therapy produced significant and sustained reductions in anxiety, improving overall quality of life and emotional well-being.

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MDMA for Social Anxiety in Autism

This study evaluated the use of MDMA-assisted therapy for treating social anxiety in autistic adults. Participants reported significant reductions in social anxiety and improvements in social interactions, suggesting that MDMA could be an effective treatment for social anxiety in this population.

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