The drug known as belladonna, which is commonly used to treat allergies and chronic pain, could have a positive effect on people’s ability to be “inclusive,” according to a new study.
Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania studied people in their 40s who had previously used the drug, as well as people who had never used it.
They found that participants who took belladonas treatment reported feeling more connected to others, less anxious and less depressed.
The study was published in the journal PLOS ONE.
Researchers also found that the drug had positive effects on people with anxiety and depression, which were both reduced with the drug.
“This study demonstrates the benefits of belladona, which has shown to reduce stress and anxiety, among others,” said study lead author and psychology professor Michael M. Schurmann.
“It could be used as a potential treatment for many of the conditions that plague people today.”
The study is not meant to be an endorsement of the drug or the treatments it can treat.
It just shows that, at the very least, people who have tried it and who have been in treatment for years can benefit from the drug’s effects, according to the researchers.
“These results have profound implications for our ability to develop therapies to address the underlying causes of anxiety, depression and other conditions,” said lead author Michael M Schurman.
“Our research also suggests that the therapeutic effects of bellandonna may also be related to its biological properties.”
The researchers say that, while this is an observational study, it can shed light on the ways that belladanna drugs might impact a person’s mental health.
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