Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) puts many veterans in a state of despair. Unfortunately, treatment and medication do not help everyone. Now some researchers believe that a well-known party medicine may help end the pain. Nigel McCurry will tell about his story of trying to get rid of the trauma of the Iraq war.
His life is attributed to this survival mentality, but as many veterans know, closing down for years is not easy, and his personal life is chaotic. He felt his life was over. After years of feeling, he felt he could no longer stand it. He had PTSD. Seven years after coming back, it was not diagnosed.
Nigel thought he had found a lifeline pulling him out of despair and taking him there to reduce his resistance. Healing this source was called a point of ecstasy. It was forgetting on the street that I knew the same drug, but it was a pure form of medicine.
A few years ago, he fired part of an experimental study on MDMA-assisted psychotherapy. The Psychedelic Research Multidisciplinary Association conducted the study and Xue Ming said, “Does the treatment have some revelry? It’s not like they gave him a bottle of ecstasy and told him to go home?”
During the meeting, it was strictly in the therapeutic environment. MDMA increased hormones, and 83% of people in the study were no longer diagnosed with PTSD during a two-month follow-up.
The conflict between internal and external research always leads to truly enriching tools. Nigel said five courses of treatment would have lasting effects, and his PTSD symptoms are now under control. It gave him such peace and some aspects of life that he was in trouble because he couldn’t fall asleep in battle, and there were so many people in the struggle against the failure of PTSD.
He figured out that MDMA was worth a try, especially after his dear friend, who had committed suicide with pressure-struggling OOK fat, Nigel said that the loss drives him, and it’s hard to push the gift of wider acceptance of drugs into a seemingly hopeless weapon battle.