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Feb 7

What is post-traumatic Stress Disorder?

According to the National Institute of Mental Health, post-traumatic stress disorder may be caused by "a potentially stressful event beyond a regular stressor." It can result from combat, personal violence, or natural or man-made catastrophes. The Institute states that people suffering from PTSD can experience frightening, persistent thoughts, memories, and detached feelings. You might also experience sleep problems, numbness, or numbness.

While symptoms of PTSD may appear as soon as three months after a stressful event has occurred, they can develop many years later. These symptoms can last for at least one month, disrupting relationships, work, or everyday life. You can diagnose PTSD by looking at these four factors:

At least one reexperiencing symptom should be present.

  • Flashbacks are an indication of post-traumatic stress disorder. They are when you relive the same experience repeatedly, triggering a racing pulse and/or profuse sweating.

  • Unfavorable dreams

  • Unsuspicious thoughts

  • Marijuana is derived from the Cannabis sativa or Cannabis sativa plant. To manage PTSD symptoms, people use cannabis and marijuana.

Recent research has shown that cannabis can reduce amygdala activity. This is the brain part responsible for fear responses to threats. Forbes magazine published this information in a Forbes magazine article. A second study showed that cannabis can help erase painful memories of PTSD. This was done by first analyzing the online process for obtaining a Missouri Medical Card.

Is there a connection between marijuana and PTSD

People suffering from PTSD claim that cannabis has reduced their symptoms by more than half in the short term.

Many people find that smoking marijuana can help them fall asleep. It can also help with sleep problems. Long-term marijuana use to treat sleep problems can lead to PTSD-related problems. Also, insomnia can encourage or worsen substance abuse.

Although marijuana may temporarily alleviate some symptoms of PTSD, the underlying problem remains. Abusing marijuana, particularly marijuana, can cause anxiety, sadness, and post-traumatic stress disorder. After the effects of intoxication wear off, symptoms may return and can become more severe.

Self-Medication can be used as a temporary solution.

People use marijuana to relieve their depression, anxiety, or PTSD symptoms. You can also use marijuana to reduce stress and anger or to manage other negative emotions like anger. The legalization of medical marijuana has made it easier for people to have access to cannabis and THC-containing products.

Regular marijuana users report feeling angry, moody, and sleepy. They also report feeling less hungry, more anxious and have a reduced desire for marijuana.

Self-medicating with marijuana or cannabis can lead to addiction. The abuse of marijuana can lead to an addiction to alcohol or other narcotics. To help with everyday tasks, people with PTSD might use marijuana.

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