A new trend is emerging: The “dope pill”

The “Dope Pill” is a pill that claims to make you feel high and helps you to become more socially connected.

A pill like this has been gaining popularity recently.

Here are some of the reasons why it could help you achieve your social goals.

1.

It can help you feel relaxed.

A good source of stress is a lack of self-discipline.

The “pill” offers a way to relax and make you more socially connectable, according to a 2016 study by the National Institute on Drug Abuse.

The researchers found that participants who took the pill experienced fewer social distancing behaviors.

2.

It boosts the dopamine in your brain.

“Dopamine” is an endorphin hormone that is produced by your brain to help regulate your emotions and to help you focus.

Dopamine is linked to feeling good and being in a positive mood.

People who are more dopamine-filled tend to be more positive, say researchers.

3.

It helps you have fun.

It could also help you become more sociable, which could be beneficial for you, says a study from the University of Rochester.

Researchers found that when participants took the “dopamine pill,” they felt more playful and engaged, even when they were alone.

4.

It’s a fun way to start a social network.

In a study conducted by the University at Buffalo, participants who had taken the “DOPE Pill” reported feeling more connected and less anxious when they had lunch with friends.

5.

It makes your social life more social.

If you’ve ever felt like you are the only one who really knows your friends and have the same interests, “the DOPE Pill will make you social,” says Jessica Cone, a clinical psychologist and author of the book “The Pill: The Science of the Pill.”

6.

It will help you have more fun.

The drug “doses” typically range from 15 milligrams to 200 milligram doses.

They typically include “pills” of caffeine and some type of serotonin, says Rachel Bresnahan, a licensed clinical psychologist in New York City.

You can also take the pill in capsules, capsules with food, or in powder form.

7.

It’ll help you build a social circle.

“The pill is like the first step toward social capital, because it will help build that social circle,” says Cone.

“But you’ll also be able to build that circle by building friendships with other people and by engaging in fun activities together.”

8.

It may make you a little crazy.

While the drug’s benefits are well-known, the pills aren’t as common as you might think.

“It’s been on the market for a few years and it’s still relatively new,” says Bresnoahan.

The pills are becoming increasingly popular in the United States, she says, adding that it’s not clear if the pills have become more popular in other countries.

9.

It doesn’t have the side effects that most people think.

The pill can be taken in pill form or capsule form, according the American Psychological Association.

The side effects are relatively mild and, generally, they don’t last long, says Breto Janssens, a psychotherapist in New Orleans.

The most common side effects include dizziness, nausea, headache, nausea and vomiting, he says.

“Most people have no side effects.”

10.

It works on everyone.

The research shows that most users don’t have a problem with side effects.

“If you’re on the pill, it’s pretty safe,” says Janssen.

“You’ll feel like you’re getting better, but if you’re not, it may make your symptoms worse,” he says, noting that some people may not be able or want to take the pills.

11.

It is legal.

The use of “the pill” has been legal in the U.S. since 2008.

It was legal to use it for over a year in New Zealand, according Bresnaahan.

But, there have been some concerns about the side-effects of the pill.

“Some people have said they’re afraid of taking the pill,” she says.

A study published in the journal Psychological Medicine in 2016 found that “most of the participants did not experience any adverse effects, while some reported that their symptoms decreased,” according to the New York Times.

The study found that about a third of participants experienced “nausea and vomiting symptoms,” but that only about 20 percent reported “a drop in quality of life.”

“A pill can change your life for the better,” says Mark Everson, a social worker and founder of Social Therapy Workshops.

“And you can do it by yourself, at home or anywhere you want.”

12.

It might help you sleep.

According to a 2014 study, people who took “the dope pill had a lower incidence of sleep disturbances compared with people who didn’t take the drug.”

13.

It gets rid of your anxiety. “People