As you may be aware, there is a growing trend in the United States to legalize cannabis. While this is an important step towards reducing the stigma around marijuana use, there are some health risks associated with its use that people should be aware of before making their own decisions about whether or not they want use The most common side effect of consuming cannabis is feeling high, but there are other effects on the body as well.
The most notable thing about consuming marijuana is that it can affect your ability to drive safely or operate machinery safely (including computers). This means that if you choose to consume marijuana, it’s important for you not only not drive but also not use any other form of transportation until after the effects have worn off completely–and even then maybe wait another hour just in case!
Pre-Surgery Guidelines for Cannabis Users
If you’re a cannabis user and are planning to have surgery, it’s important to know that your doctor may ask you to stop using cannabis at least 30 days before your procedure. This is because the effects of marijuana can last up to 72 hours after consumption. If you continue using marijuana right up until the time of your surgery, it could interfere with blood clotting and other important functions that help keep you safe during surgery.
The best way to make sure that this doesn’t happen? Talk with your doctor about how long before your operation would be best for them (and safe). You should also follow all pre-surgery instructions from them closely–this includes refraining from any kind of drug use during this time period as well as eating healthy foods like fruits and vegetables instead of junk food!
The Benefits of Cannabis Use
Cannabis has been used for thousands of years as a pain reliever, relaxant and sleep aid. It’s also been shown to reduce anxiety and help people cope with stress.
In addition to its therapeutic properties, cannabis has been shown to have anti-inflammatory properties that may be helpful in treating arthritis or other inflammatory conditions like Crohn’s disease. It can also help control epileptic seizures in children with severe forms of the disorder who haven’t responded well to traditional medications.
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