Author Eric W. Dolan

Eric W. Dolan

Eric is the founder, publisher, and editor of PsyPost.

LSD and Psilocybin Reduce the Subjective Effects of Alcohol

According to a study published in Human Psychopharmacology in 2000, LSD and psilocybin interfere with the subjective effects of alcohol consumption. In a majority of cases, those who had ingested LSD along with alcohol reported the effects of alcohol could not be felt. Those who had ingested psilocybin along with alcohol reported a reduction in the effects of alcohol, but not a complete blockage.

Hatha Yoga and the Treatment of Hyperkyphosis

According to a study published in September of 2009 in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society (JAGS), Hatha yoga can reduce the forward curvature of the spine in seniors with adult-onset hyperkyphosis.

Hatha Yoga an Effective Treatment for Chronic Back Pain

Among the myriad of “alternative therapies” that have sprung up, Hatha yoga stands out as one of the most effective and practical. Not only is Hatha yoga an affordable alternative to expensive pain medications, but by using Hatha yoga to manage back pain the side effects of pain medications, including possible addictions, can be avoided.

Family Dynamics and Adolescent Addiction

In 2009, The American Journal of Family Therapy published research that investigated the relationship between family functioning and adolescent addiction. The research was conducted by Mimma Tafa and Roberto Baiocoo, both psychologists from the University of Rome.

Facebook and Willingness to Communicate

Contrary to conventional wisdom, a person’s willingness to communicate offline is similar to their willingness to communicate on the internet. Those who are not willing to communicate offline also tend to have the same unwillingness to communicate online.

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