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Side Effects Of Smoking Marijuana Every Day

Certain countries have legalised marijuana while others have yet to do so. It's possible that users, both legitimately and illegally, are unaware of the dangers they're putting themselves in by using it. According to Healthline, marijuana has both positive and harmful effects.

Many different medicines depend on it as an essential ingredient. The oil extracted from hemp seeds has several medicinal applications. A lot of people smoke it to get high or to relieve pain, and a lot of other people chew it to get high.

The potential downsides seem to outweigh the benefits, especially for regular smokers. Constant marijuana usage can lower IQ, regardless of how bright a person already is. Those who start smoking at a young age are more prone to have this issue. A smoker's IQ drops in compared to that of a nonsmoker.

Second, marijuana usage has been associated with a decline in memory. Memory problems may persist even after you've given up smoking. Marijuana usage has previously been linked to unfavourable psychological outcomes for users.

People with this condition often alter their perception of the world.

And third, regular marijuana use has been linked to a variety of unfavourable mental health outcomes. Distress and hopelessness may occur. It's normal for those who smoke to feel depressed and alone. In places where marijuana is illegal, this is especially true.

People that smoke have to spend a lot of time by themselves because they are always worried that their loved ones will find out. Some folks they don't want to tell that they smoked because it makes their eyes red. Their way of life may cause them to feel lonely and sad.

Number four, like many other drugs, marijuana can lead to a mental dependency. Those who have relied on it for a long period may have trouble carrying their daily activities without it.

https://www.gov.mb.ca/health/cannabis/ltr.html#:~:text=Smoking%20cannabis%20frequently%20over%20a,or%20depression%2C%20psychosis%20and%20schizophrenia.

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