In this study, participants who consumed Microdose Mushrooms reported that their anxiety levels decreased, mood improved, and fewer symptoms of depression and post-traumatic stress disorder were noted. In addition, participants reported decreased levels of anxiety and reduced symptoms of obsessive-compulsive disorder. In addition, a majority of the respondents reported feeling less stressed after microdosing.
Microdose Mushrooms for anxiety has been associated with some positive effects, but more research is needed. One study involved over 1,000 microdosers, who reported feeling more energetic, better work performance, and a more positive mood. Another study involved 4,000 microdosers, who reported a decrease in anxiety and depression.
There is no research to support the claims made about Microdose Mushrooms. Instead, scientists recommend including mushrooms in the diet through normal food choices. In fact, the consumption of mushrooms is believed to have a variety of health benefits. For instance, they contain numerous vitamins and minerals.
However, Microdose Mushrooms can lead to undesirable consequences and discomfort. Moreover, the desired effects may not be attained. The preferred “functional” microdose has not yet been established, and many microdosers have accidentally done too much. Some have also noticed workplace effects, which are usually reported in a comical or awkward way.
The effect of microdose mushrooms on distraction is unclear, but the authors of a recent study suggest that they may have some benefit. The first longitudinal study of 98 microdosers, conducted over six weeks, Instagram showed reductions in stress, depression, and distractibility. However, the results of the second study, which followed 81 microdosers for four weeks, were mixed.
The previous study, published in Nature-Scientific Reports in November 2021, found that participants consuming Microdose Mushrooms showed lower levels of distractibility, anxiety, and stress. However, it did not include any studies of non-microdosers.