Long-term cannabis use may detrimentally affect IQ, learning and processing speed, and even shrink the size of the brain’s hippocampus over time, according to a new study based on over four decades’ worth of cohort research.
After a unique study, which involved measuring cannabis smoke from eight separate smoking sessions, the researchers concluded that bong smoke isn’t safe to inhale.
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The study also showed that adolescents’ risk for cannabis use differed based on the type of mental health problems they experienced.
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The study tracked the symptoms of 186 cannabis card holders who suffered from either insomnia, anxiety, depression, or pain. Only the insomnia patients reported significant improvements in their symptoms.