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This is what you look like, on the inside, when smoking cannabis. The effects of Marijuana on your brain, and how it defines your experience.
Written and created by Mitchell Moffit (twitter @mitchellmoffit) and Gregory Brown (twitter @whalewatchmeplz).
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3) Physiological Review (Journal), vol. 83, 2003
4) Memoirs of an Addicted Brain - by Marc Lewis
Its so true at work i drew a picture of one of the supervisors as a pig but to cover it p i made this whole story and called her the Pork Chopper and anthropomorphic pig that kills other pigs who dont have human characteristics. And the first episode is the murder of Mr. Kingsley and idk i was high
I smoked for the first time 2 years ago,wasn't a good high. I even had to walk home and lemme tell you my mood was certainly elevated but I had a constant fear of anxiety and self awareness. I'm planning to start smoking again hopefully it goes well
I smoked weed (mostly lemon haze) quite frequently at university for 3 solid years and still managed to graduate with a first class honours in July, despite it's stereotypical drawbacks. I did this by using the weed to my advantage by harnessing its benefits. For example, every time I smoked weed I felt 10x more creative and innovative which was extremely beneficial for my final project dissertation. However, they say weed effects everyone differently so try this at your own risk
I'm 60 years old. When I was in my teens and early 20s I fooled around with marijuana and hash and some other pills. The best thing I ever did for myself was get off of all of it. Do you know why prohibition did not work? Because the people didn't want it. We had slowly become a nation of drunks and prohibition was an attempt to control it. There are very few of us who don't drink at all. And this is what is going on with drugs like marijuana. We can't get it legalized by coming in the front door because the front door is been slammed in our faces so let's try to get in the back door by calling it medical marijuana. Let me tell you something about deception. Deception is sneaky. Just like body piercings and tattoos. It started out small and now there are people walking around with body piercings and tattoos all over their bodies
It's too bad that most of us are too narrow-minded and are not able to see the big picture and where it's all taking us. What I have learned in my life is that sobriety, that means totally free of any kind of medication or alcohol is a gift from God.
We have little to no longitudinal studies over a period of time to show how this effects someone later, so until we get conclusive answers to the overall physical and mental health effects of this stuff, I aint touching it.
Nick Tokar we've done enough studies, but other outside influences can make it dangerous. there have been multiple accounts, for example, of people driving while high and getting in an accident. however, if you really wanna try it, just be over 25 and you'll be fine. (25 is the average age your brain stops growing, if you get stoned before this point, it could hinder the growth process)
psychically, it does nothing to your body. mentally, it can damage some people, but not all. dont get high on an empty stomach or while stressed. this could put you into a panic attack because being high can feel like an out of body experience.
overall, its fine, but just be careful.
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Can any one please help me to overcome the effect that caused on my brain due to consuming weed on high stress.the problem is after smoking weed for four days my brain fully in nervous condition and continuing in that feeling through out the day s since two months.and I consulted the best doctors I recognised some change from past to then.but I was not in the mood in present what I have since these years.my problem is I am unable to get out of from the situation of ebriety and eyes are turn around.so please give me a solution to get rid off from this bull shit.my feeling right now is my life has been ruined.please help anyone and this channel youtuber if you have any solution regard from this problem.
Not quite sure on this I will have to consult the publications. From the stand point of biologist I just can't see weed not having an effect. Anything that can effect your biochemistry like this has to have an effect.
Not going to lie, even tho I love weed, but it stops me from functioning properly. Like when I’m sober, I get my shit done ASAP, once I get high , I never want to do anything, I cancel on plans, I call off work, I ignore all calls and messages ... I’m stuck in the world of my mind , it’s crazy ... good thing about weed, it helps me when lonely, depressed, stressed, having a bad day , just keeps the negativity out of the way for a while...another thing that I hate is after a high sleep, I wake still tired all the time , even if I slept in for 12hrs
I’m smoking full year now I’m 27 I’ve change a lot I was very aggressive & sharp now I’m thinking just repeating the same things I feel so bad that I’m smoking is a bit hard for me to quit but I’m fighting back for my opinion is like a game when you understand the rules is to late your already in trap if someone has any idea or want to try my opinion is never try
A lot of drugs have an effect like that. Many seizure medications can cause seizures in some cases and many anti depressants can make you more depressed. Weed doesnt usually make me paranoid but for other people it does. It helps me tremendously with my anxiety and depression.
It depends on a lot of different variables like how your body reacts to weed and if your smoking an indica or sativa dominant strain. In general I'd say you'd probably be off your game if you tried to play basketball high but who knows.
The reason for marijuana being illegal is the amount of the money that the government makes from it. Say 50% of american citizens use alcohol and it was illegal. Imagine how much money would be made from the arrests of use, distribution and creation of alcohol
Hmph I will never smoke🤷🏽♀️ I’ll get high on thinking of majestical creatures, starry night skies full moons, abstract art with blue and purple, and other majestic things...😂💀🐺🦄
(All while listening to my chill playlist or what some people call high music😌😌🤤)
I smoked weed for the first time about a week and a half ago. It was so fuckin weird like my head felt heavy and my eyes were wide open but I literally couldn’t quit thinking about how armadillos could roll in a ball??? I drank 4 cups of tea and ate like 15 pretzel rods I was so out of it LMAOOOO.
Maize Kaneki it is a plant... and that plant is a drug... fix your ignorance... by exact definition weed is a drug... that doesnt mean it's bad all it means is that it is a psychoactive substance and has medicinal uses...
This is spot on! High right now, and the first minute of the video felt like 2-3 minutes; but then I played the second part, explaining the neurological effects, back several times. I could sense all of the last few listed effects being true. They're very true to what my brain is doing at the moment.
I noticed/measured a roughly 5 second delay between switching focus to something, and then actually thinking about it properly. It's like there's a momentary sense of focussing in on it, of which the onset is pretty much as fast as sense-experience, but then ~5 seconds later I actually begin to think about the thing. There appear to be different layers of my thoughts, ranging from sense experience to deeper and more extensive thoughts. I can almost sense my neurological processes.
It appears to improve memory of specific things which I couldn't normally remember, as if I'm able to penetrate the usual fog of memory and reach deeper into the archives. I wonder if this is because my brain is normally more full of... something which counters anandamides? Like cortisol perhaps? Does anyone know if cortisol impacts anademides? It makes me wonder if I have some kind of chronic stress which is degrading my memory. It seems to be worse lately. I think I need more human company than I get.
Don John if you ever want to sober up the best way to is to run your hands in cold water but if you really need to sober up fast you’d have to get your adrenaline running by burning your finger or something
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So the first time I smoked I freaked out, it felt like I was going to have a heart attack. Ive had anxiety all my life though i have never had to take medication for it. Is it possible the marijuana made me go into a panic attack? I also feel like I cant remember things too well after the first time I smoked. I wanna do it again but just wanna be relaxed and fall asleep. I dont wanna freak out again.
Do you know what strain you had? That usually happens when i smoke a sativa dominant strain. If you want to relax and just chill I'd recommend going with an indica strain, i typically prefer an indica dominant hybrid then you get the best of both worlds. And if you notice your heart beating fast that's because weed is a vasodilator which is actually what causes the red eyes when you get high. If you're ever smoking weed and you start to get panicky try going someplace else that is kind of calming like a creek.
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