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As with any drug, marijuana addiction is treatable. It can be carried out either as in inpatient or as an outpatient. Inpatient care is ideal for those suffering from a very serious addiction and gives the user a period of time where they cannot have access to marijuana at all. At the same time, they are taught how to cope with the temptations of addiction and how to cope with not being able to get it. Outpatient care, on the other hand, is to help the user cope with the addiction while coping ...
You may not be aware that some people find it difficult to stop smoking marijuana. Most of us now that marijuana itself is not a physically addictive drug; though, while people do not become physically addicted to marijuana, they can become mentally addicted to it. Their brain can become accustomed to having the levels of dopamine that are present when the person smokes so that the brain thinks that it requires it to remain in that state. Quitting the use of marijuana may be more difficult for ...
Contrary to popular belief, marijuana can be addictive. The reason that many people do not realize this is probably because marijuana is not physically addictive. The body does not require marijuana after it has been exposed to it; though, the brain can begin to crave the levels of dopamine that are created when a person smokes marijuana. This means that people can become mentally addicted to marijuana. When someone is addicted to a drug, the drug may take priority over other obligations. The ...
Marijuana testing kits are used to identify those individuals using cannabis. The accuracy depends on the test that is given as well as the type of test given. Marijuana can be detected anywhere from one day to 90 days based on the sample tested. Even though marijuana tests are common people are not aware of the ins and outs. What does a marijuana test detect? The cannabis plant produces psychoactive effects on the individual consumes it. Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is the chemical that ...
Since the early years of marijuana, it is considered as a herb that is being grown for medicinal applications. In some countries, they call it cannabis, and they knew the medicinal benefits they can get in this plant. They usually prepare a small quantity that is enough to prevent any disorder of the body. However, as years go on, some people find out that smoking marijuana even without sicknesses gives a different feeling to themselves. This practice continues and leads to addiction to this ...
The human brain is a very important organ. It is in charge of all the body’s essential functions, and if it is not functioning properly, a person could get into a lot of trouble. For that reason, one should know not to do things that may harm or damage the brain. Addiction to drugs such as cannabis can actually inflict so much destruction on the brain, and for that reason, people must be informed and aware of how cannabis affects the brain.  Side Effects of Cannabis A person who ...
While there has never been a case of a person having a fatal overdose due to cannabis use, there can be unpleasant effects. There have been cases of people experiencing such adverse reactions as anxiety, paranoia, and disorientation. Due to the way that the brain interacts with the marijuana, the effects of marijuana are temporary and should pass within a few hours of use. The best way to deal with someone suffering from a negative reaction to cannabis is to keep them calm, try to reassure them ...