Here is Sensory Sunday, a day where we focus on our sensory differences, and ask a question (on Sunday) about your sensory experience. Today’s question is: What is a sensory experience you’ve had that most people (probably) don’t experience?
New research indicates cannabis use may contribute to the distribution of autistic genes through methylation in sperm, activating a gene implicated in autism.
Ketamine is not only useful as a sedative, but can also have potential in clinical settings, including perhaps as a treatment for autism.
Research indicates that MDMA-assisted therapy could reduce social anxiety symptoms and increase social adaptability in autistic people.
Recent research suggests that autistic people are nearly twice as likely to develop a substance use disorder, and are prone to addiction in general.