Does Smoking Weed Increase Hospitalizations For Mental Health Issues?

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Just like most humans have some sort of minor ailment in their bodies, most humans also have mental health issues. Mental health is going to undergo a major revolution (the introduction of psychedelics) and as a result, the way we look at mental health will change Over the past several years, we have witnessed a psychedelic renaissance, and a growing body of evidence suggests that several psychedelic compounds hold strong therapeutic potential for a wide array of mental health conditions. Smoking weed went from frowned upon, to socially acceptable in the last few years, and that did not happen by coincidence. So in the case of smoking weed, If you have the rare AKT1 gene, you are more likely to have mental issues from marijuana use than other weed lovers. In today’s article we’ll be taking a closer look at a new study that debunks the idea that smoking cannabis increases the likeliness of being admitted to a hospital for mental health issues.

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New studies reveal that a very low percentage of people are prone to mental health issues in regards to marijuana usage, as long as it is in moderation.

Mental health is one of the more complicated issues to talk about. Similar to taking care of the body, the mind, is something we must take care of or else we suffer unwanted consequences. Nevertheless, mental health is a slippery subject to grasp simply because of the vastness of the ocean of ideas and emotions that people do not even understand where to begin.

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