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Ketamine = Potentially “Life-Changing” Treatment For Severe Depression

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Scientists in the UK are currently checking into the prospective use of Ketamine to fight serious clinical depression. Ana Kasparian, Kim Horcher and Brett Erlich, the hosts of The Young Turks, simplify. Have you ever tried Ketamine?

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" Hundreds of people with severe clinical depression could obtain immediate relief if experimental therapy making use of ketamine were made a lot more widely available, medical specialists say.

The medicine has actually been championed by doctors and also psychiatrists as a possibly life-altering treatment for those with anxiety who are immune to drug or suicidally dispirited. Medics are calling for more specialists centres and trials to be established to check out the medicine's capacity under controlled conditions.

" We require more cash so we could utilize the medication a lot more commonly in clinical research study as our team believe it has potential to be transformational in offering urgent treatment," stated Michael Bloomfield, professional lecturer in psychiatry at University College London." *.

Hosts: Ana Kasparian, Kim Horcher, Brett Erlich.

Cast: Ana Kasparian, Kim Horcher, Brett Erlich.

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  1. Posted by wild zubat appeared, at Reply

    NaNa Boo Boo Jeff sessions is in trouble

    • Posted by The Purity of Chaos, at Reply

      ololol

  2. Posted by Sir Gerbil Macintosh, at Reply

    Nothing can cure my depression. The Cavs are down 0-2, Trump is President, my car needs 2 front wheel bearings which will probably cost about $600, and i’m a gerbil.

    • Posted by hgddd tfdcbkooih, at Reply

      Lsd can (:

    • Posted by Nicholas Page, at Reply

      Sir Gerbil Macintosh You are the hero YouTube needs and deserves.

    • Posted by HobtheGoblin, at Reply

      rough.

    • Posted by TigerMeadows, at Reply

      You have your knighthood though. Ask for a loan from your upper class aristocratic peers.

  3. Posted by deadfromled, at Reply

    as someone who has done my fair share of recreational psychedelics, I would think they would try mushrooms, LSD, or DMT before ketamine. I feel like the first three grant a similar life judging feeling but from a more pure place.

    • Posted by David S, at Reply

      deadfromled – Haven’t read about micro-dosing DMT, but there are many successful reports on Erowid about shrooms and lsd. Problem most people notice with micro-dosing lsd is fast building tolerance.

    • Posted by deadfromled, at Reply

      David S yeah I can see That, personally I have to take long breaks between trips to get the full effect of lsd.

    • Posted by David S, at Reply

      Moderation is key to most all experiences 😉

  4. Posted by White Iverson, at Reply

    Ketamine probably won’t heal the depression that the Armenians suffer from, which was inflicted upon them by The Young Turks!

    • Posted by Iron Bowtie, at Reply

      Trump denies the Armenian Genocide.

    • Posted by White Iverson, at Reply

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    • Posted by White Iverson, at Reply

      Iron Bowtie Well I’m glad that Cenk can agree with our President on some issues. Trump is so bipartisan 🙏

    • Posted by Timothy O, at Reply

      White Iverson The Jewish Lobby is not interested in acknowledging the genocide is either, therefore Jews = Young Turks

  5. Posted by Katie Bright, at Reply

    I also thought heroin was great for my depression. Boy was that a mistake. I celebrate a year clean on the 20th!

    • Posted by Mac, at Reply

      ketamine isn’t heroin lol

    • Posted by Timothy O, at Reply

      Katie Bright What gave you that idea? In a way it can be a temporary fix but you have to pay dearly as soon as you eschew the drug from your system.

    • Posted by Timothy O, at Reply

      Did you shoot up or smoke it?

    • Posted by Sally Wolf, at Reply

      Mac ahreed

  6. Posted by ( ͠° ͟ʖ ͡°), at Reply

    So Robin Williams might be alive if this was accepted.

    • Posted by thesinaclwon, at Reply

      ( ͠° ͟ʖ ͡°) no he still would have e died of his newly found medical issue

  7. Posted by pfreddyp, at Reply

    Ketamine does relieve depression and it does it quickly, too. But, it damages nerves and the dendritic spines. Psilocybin mushrooms are the go to remedy and there are no downsides and no lasting damage. Magic mushrooms are literally the safest drug on the planet. Forget ketamine. Forget MDMA. Psilocybin mushrooms is natures way.

    https://www.theguardian.com/society/2017/may/23/study-hallucinogenic-mushrooms-safest-recreational-drug-lsd

    • Posted by 00maniacmanny00, at Reply

      pfreddyp Only with prolonged use

  8. Posted by dmvgrower 420, at Reply

    just smoke a joint

  9. Posted by liedetector101, at Reply

    Bill Cosby was just helping those women got over their depression.

    • Posted by Wade Haden, at Reply

      You think like a lawyer…congratulations…you could be a well paid slime bucket. But you probably have too many morals for that.

  10. Posted by Jeffrey LaCohn, at Reply

    I’ll stick with cannabis.

    • Posted by Small Pseudonym, at Reply

      If it works, absolutely.

  11. Posted by Rickest of Ricks, at Reply

    *Ayahuasca works best.* DMT (Dimethyltryptamine)

  12. Posted by Death Is A Business, at Reply

    Can someone please educate the TYT staff about proper drug terminology? Intelligent people aren’t gonna keep taking you seriously if you call it “magic mushrooms” or “marijuana”…it’s psilocybin and cannabis, thank you very much!

    • Posted by mus5599, at Reply

      Ok hoe.

    • Posted by Katrina L, at Reply

      They use the common name, and everyone understands what they mean. It’s not a science related channel, most people won’t get what “psilocybin mushrooms” are…

    • Posted by Mark Bloomer, at Reply

      u a hoe

    • Posted by YangBalanceYin, at Reply

      Death Is A Business Why..? If you’re trying to report to the masses, you’re going to use the common terminology… Troll.

  13. Posted by NNEKA A., at Reply

    Just legalize and regulate marijuana

    • Posted by Adam Hurter, at Reply

      That’s a huge start, I agree. But some of these other psychedelics also have amazing healing value. I went to an event at which six veterans with severe PTSD spoke about the experiences in an MDMA therapy session. It seriously saved their lives, when nothing else could do it. So I send money to MAPS, the group that works on these issues. http://www.maps.org Psychedelics have had an incredibly positive effect on my own life, as has cannabis.

    • Posted by Bodhi Lee, at Reply

      Adam Hurter You are right. Psychedelics do have enormous value in the treatment of depression, ptsd, anxieties, and much more. My issue here is that they are promoting synthesized chemical produced by big pharma, which pose high risk of potential side effects, addiction, and overdose, while keeping natural treatments like ibogain, psilocybin, and ayahuasca on the controlled substance list prohibiting treatment programs from using them, even thouch they have been proven not only safer, but more effective.

    • Posted by Adam Hurter, at Reply

      There are risks to ketamine, certainly. It’s bad for your liver, and some people get addicted. But all is not black and white. Ketamine seems to have a lot of benefits, as does, MDMA, which is also semi-synthetic and quasi-psychedelic. “They” aren’t pushing into these drugs; grassroots activists are.

      But I agree, actually, that ayahuasca/DMT is the queen of them all.

  14. Posted by 2 Girls With Green eyes, at Reply

    Great Vice episode about this topic…

  15. Posted by occupynewparadigm, at Reply

    Psychedelics and related compounds get a bad rap. If used under proper set and setting they can have very positive effects and can help a lotta people with a lotta things.

    • Posted by Angle Damion, at Reply

      I for the most part agree. However, this is not true for some like me. For example. I don’t smoke pot because it makes me aggressive and violent. Psychedelics stronger no doubt would probably make me kill someone. I am psychotic and bipolar and am treated by pharmacy drugs so I stick to those as those help.

  16. Posted by Roasted Got 'em, at Reply

    Bret, thou doth protest to much. You’ve done it, you’re not fooling anyone.

  17. Posted by Chopchopchop, at Reply

    To save them some cash I volunteer to be a test subject for free.

  18. Posted by Felix T-Rex, at Reply

    it’s hard to study because it is hard to find a placebo control

  19. Posted by Jazwinskull ., at Reply

    Let The Valley of the Dolls commence…