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With the legalization of marijuana, whether for medical or recreational purposes, more and more people begin to use marijuana, hoping to control anxiety or generalized anxiety disorder (GAD). Although scientific research in this area is still scarce, there are some anecdotes and new scientific reports that cannabis creates a calming experience and temporarily relieves anxiety symptoms in many people.
Marijuana as self-medication
Any time you use a substance to treat or deal with a medical problem or symptom by yourself, this is called self-treatment. Usually, self-medication can immediately relieve the symptoms of discomfort, thereby enhancing its use.
The problem with self-medication is that despite the increasing acceptance of cannabis use, little is known about the drug’s efficacy and long-term consequences for certain diseases.
- Can reduce depression in the short term
- Can temporarily relieve anxiety
- Can reduce stress
- Higher levels of psychiatric disorders
- Can create psychological dependence
- Long-term memory loss may occur
- Symptoms may get worse
- May have marijuana vomiting syndrome
- Can increase tolerance and demand
The symptoms of anxiety are treatable. Studies have shown that psychotherapy and medication are effective for most people, and the long-term effects of self-treatment with cannabis have not been clearly established. If you have recently started trying cannabis to treat anxiety, be sure to tell your doctor.
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