Almost every two Americans tried weed last year. People holding important posts said the number of marijuana users have doubled in past 15 years. What’s the secret of popularity? What kind of drug is a weed? How to don’t get a trouble
with drug testing?
The first question — why do people smoking weed?
Of course, you’ve heard all these reasons why people have smoked all day long. We asked our users. The most popular answers are:
- to fight a depression,
- to boost the energy,
- to forget about problems,
- to feel good,
- to lose weight,
- to sleep better.
Other reasons to use weed — to raise the creativity, to be more productive at work, to see things with new point of view, to treat some medical condition. But whatever else all of us light up, we do it to get high. But we have not to forget about self-testing.
The second question — how does it work?
It does not matter how you use it — smoke a couple of joints, enjoy brownies, or by any other way. When you consume weed it starts to distributed to all body tissues and stored in body fat. In the brain, active chemical THC binds with special cannabinoids receptors CB1 and CB2 and then the person feels high.
Weed is unique. One kind of it works as a stimulant, other makes you relaxed. The marijuana effects vary from person to person. It’s sad, but to get high is still illegal and the government categorizes marijuana as “highly addictive” Drug Schedule I. Don’t let them catch you.
The third question — does marijuana dangerous?
Despite the reasons why the billions of “weed-club-members” like it so much, there are side effects of marijuana consumption. We asked our clients (anonymously of course) if they had any side effects using weed.
There are the answers:
- heart racing,
- pure coordination,
- more time to react,
- it makes me hungry.
Marijuana has long-term effects too. We don’t want to frighten. Smoke weed or not is only your decision. But there are the numerous clinical studies said that weed cause alterations of the brain structure. That’s why weed smoker might notice:
- the worsening of math and verbal skills,
- decrease the IQ level,
- hardness to think and learn,
- problems with performing the complex tasks.
Also, they have the increased risk of schizophrenia, and almost every six is addicted. Those who started to use weed in their teenage more often dropped out the school and has a higher risk of opiate abuse.
A lot of smokers have lost their job or can’t to get another one. Also, they have the increased risk of schizophrenia, and almost every six is addicted.
Of course, using weed is a bad excuse for relationship problems and career difficulties. Just remember that the positive result of the drug screening can change many things in your life.
We hope the fun because of weed using doesn’t ruin your dreams. Always think first and clean yourself.