Weed Withdrawal Symptoms
A most common topic of argument among smokers is about marijuana effects on our body as some favors it and some are against. Marijuana does impact differently, depending on one’s metabolic function, tolerance level, frequency of use favored strain, preferred method of consumption and a whole host of physiological factors. It’s time to accept that so many persons do experience weed withdrawal symptoms once they stop smoking it.
Marijuana is a psychoactive drug from the cannabis plant intended for recreational or medical treatment. Marijuana is known by so many different name like weed, grass, bud, cannabis, joint, bhaang, gaanja, hash or hashish.
Regular consumption of this drug by different means can seriously harm your body by so many different ways. Below I am enlisting some common effects of marijuana on the human body
- Smoking weed can increase your chances of developing a heart attack for up to 3 hours.
- Mothers can transfer harmful chemicals to the baby by breastfeeding
- Judgment may be increased or decreased. It depends upon different people.
- Sometimes anxiety increases or decreases.
- Consuming marijuana can lead you to paranoia.
- It may weaken your immune system.
- Weed increases lung cancer risk.
- It causes memory problems. In starting your mind start skipping the recent activity you did.
- Chronic stomach pain in long run.
Trying to quit weed for good? Commonly asked question is that can there be physical effects from quitting marijuana? A short list of weed withdrawal symptoms mostly experienced is:
- Brain fog
- Mood swings
- Changes in appetite
- Gastrointestinal discomfort
- Night sweats/chills
- General restlessness
Marijuana is can be helpful and very harmful on the body. It depends upon how you consume it. Marijuana is legal in some some countries likes Australia, Canada, Czech Republic, Puerto Rico, Poland, Croatia and Macedonia for medicinal purposes in some form.