The drugs don’t work: Meditation and training are better at sparking creativity, say researchers

A rock’n’roll myth has been debunked by researchers who discovered drugs don’t spark creativity. The University of Essex and Humboldt University of Berlin psychological study has revealed narcotics are the least effective way to inspire imagination. In a blow to fans of hard-living musicians, writers and artists, the research found that complex training programs, meditation and exposure to culture are the best ways to find a muse, with alcohol and pharmaceutical amphetamines such as Adderall failing to influence inspiration whatsoever.

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