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The effects of weed can be devastating.  We are here to help you overcome your addiction. All it takes to get started is to make a call. Marijuana, often known as weed, is the most common used illicit drug in the United Sates. In fact, roughly 97 percent of the U.S. over 12 has tried marijuana. Weed is an addictive substance, often smoked but can also ingest, known as “edibles“. There are many arguments over marijuana’s effects, from good to bad.

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The Effects Of WeedMarijuana is classified as a psychoactive drug and can be highly addictive. The effects of weed are instantaneous, but peak from 10 to 30 minutes after smoking and may last for up to 3 hours. It is known to have effects on the heart, by increasing heart rate, while decreasing blood pressure. This increases chances of a heart attack, specifically during the first hour after use. Weed side effects also have a presence in the brain, causing short-term memory problems, as well as judgment issues. It may lower sperm count in men and cause higher levels of testosterone in women. Marijuana effects are also shown to have an impact on the lungs, causing breathing problems such as asthma.

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However, many also argue that there are good effects of marijuana. Studies have shown that marijuana releases the chemical dopamine to the brain. Which causes happiness and enhanced awareness of senses, such as touch. Effects of weed are also good for cancer patients and those suffering from HIV or AIDS, as it is an appetite stimulant and sleep aid. It is also known to help with other health ailments such as fibromyalgia, Epilepsy, and even sexual dysfunction. Contact Stop Your Addiction today to learn more information about the effects of weed.

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