I have a cousin that’s schizophrenic. It’s very sad. Her life stopped when she was about 18. She hasn’t had a normal life since. She’s living in a shelter. I ain’t doin’ it my pancreas. She was court ordered to take her meds, she didn’t so she ended up in prison for a year. She’s been homeless off and on. Makes me very angry when people make jokes about mental illness. I happen to have bipolar depression.
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In that case they should also forbid the use of alcohol and tobacco, we have hundreds of patients with complications due to smoking like throat, mouth and lung cancer, COPD, emphysema, cardiovascular disease, liver cirrhosis, alcoholic hepatitis, fatty liver, pancreatitis, alcoholic neuropathy, social problems, etc. So far no severe complications or life-threatening disease with patients using marijuana. I ain’t doin’ it my pancreas. Strongly not recommend for recreational use in teenagers. If it were true, you’d see a steady rise in the amount of people who are schizophrenic when marijuana became legal. However, schizophrenia has remained stabilized and there has been zero increase. So can you explain how marijuana causes schizophrenia, yet no one is becoming schizophrenic?
my brother smoked recreational marijuana and it was making him act a paranoid and things like that. He ended up going into a mental institution where he was diagnosed with schizophrenia paranoia, they said that the marijuana brought it on I had brain surgery at the age of 18 years old subdural hematoma the left side of the brain the doctor said I was going to have major seizures activity in my brain I never had one seizure in 40 years after my accident so all I have to say to anyone who doesn’t like marijuana you never tried it
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brings on paranoia schizophrenia if you are predisposed to suffer those illnesses. My brother suffers from both and used to use cannabis as for my cousin who is a heavy user of cannabis and nearly 60 has none of the above conditions and is a happy go lucky chap so it all depends on the individual how it effects them not the cannabis itself
that’s partially incorrect. Cannabis use is a contributing factor, along with genetics, prenatal development, early environment, neurobiology and psychological and social processes are important contributory factors. It’s been studied and the medical community agrees that cannabis use can change how the brain develops *only* if they have genetic factors.