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Dr. Ellen Webber. Very interesting. How can someone (Me) get rid of a panic attack that started on 2004-present? Usually, a panic attack lasts so many minutes but one day back in 2004 I had one and it never turned off. The panic just got worst and has not stopped. I have gone through Hell on earth but I am alive. I have taken all the pills and one worked. The one that worked (Thank You Lord ) was Celexa but it stopped 2 years later. Then, I was Blessed Miraculously by morphine which has lasted more than 2 years and I am still alive. I know you are probably thinking how does he know it is still there well I have tested it. Well, I just want to get well if you can help. I know I am a severe case. None of the Doctors have ever heard of it. Thanks Shane

If we're stuck at the microscopic level we might miss the fact that on a general day-to-day level occasional marijuana use (once a week or less) profoundly expands the capacity to develop new perceptions and genuinely novel ways of interacting with the world (if consumed in a meditative setting, with intention). In my experience exercise, high-intensity cardio and daily running, did not lift me out of depression. Psychedelic perceptual upheavals seem far more effective and to the point (with the adjunct therapist to provide some objectivity).

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