Party drugs to cure depression? Briti...

Party drugs to cure depression? British scientists say it's possible

There are 1 comment on the MarketWatch story from Apr 3, 2014, titled Party drugs to cure depression? British scientists say it's possible. In it, MarketWatch reports that:

That's the word coming out of the U.K. Wednesday, as British scientists are examining whether the drug ketamine can somehow do a better job of dealing with chronic depression than traditional medications, and the results are surprising.

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#1 Apr 3, 2014
It will never happen, not on any scale anyway. Unless they take the happy [high] effects out of it first, which is self-defeating. Just like with methadone, why do that? it can be just as addictive but without the plus side.
A lot of people are 'self-medicationg' already, but these drug companies and doctors can't let them be because then they loose control.
Experiences create new pathways in the brain and those pathways become more entrenched with repeat, the prescribed anti-drepressents often have undesired effects and blunt the emotion instead of increasing the good bits...

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