U.S. Navy Dr. Walt Miner summarizes mental effects of LSD (Lysergic acid diethylamide) drug in the United States.
United States USA Date:1967 Duration:7 min 30 sec Sound:Yes
The effects of LSD (Lysergic acid diethylamide) drug on the human body. U.S. Navy Doctor Walt Miner explains the effects of LSD drugs on human body in terms of mental and physical effects. He states that mental effects are more important than the physical effects. Dr Miner says that the mental effects of illegal drug LSD depend on 'Set and Setting' which describes the context for LSD drug experiences: one's mindset and the setting in which the user has the experience. Dr Miner summarizes physical effects like feeling anxious and heart beating faster. He summarizes mental effects like loss of contact with reality, loss of body image and loss of body sense of time. He calls it a period of insanity for an LSD user. He further explains on a blackboard how and when the mental effects happen in a human body. He graphs effects and time on the blackboard. He explains the onset, peak and depression of mental effects of LSD in a total trip of 72 hours. Further he compares LSD with alcohol.
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