types of weed. So, at times there can be different mixes that affect you. With new strands more THC may be in versus CBD, which grows by the THC. It makes things mellower for you during the high. But with less CBD, the mental state of someone may be messed with because CBD helps to make things mellow and not psychotic.
With higher CBD, the person has less trippy problems which is good. With just THC or higher THC, paranoia, anxiety, hallucinations, weird visions, disconnection with reality, upon other side effects are common.
The one’s without CBD are usually the one’s sold today because people love the newer strains of it. Without CBD or with lower amounts, you risk a lot of issues over those with CBD in the brain. This is mainly because the CBD offsets some of the THC side effects.
Anyone who is a teen will have impaired brain function due to the long term effects of going weed daily or weekly. While teens are at more risk for impaired brain function, an adult will have several brain issues out of too. The more you use, the more you need seemingly. This can create addiction. On average, those who start pot at any age, over 9% will become dependent on it. This means they have to have it daily or a few times weekly.
Weed can mess with people so much so that when you become dependent on it, you will be an addict. This will make you feel you need it even though you really do not, and the more you do the more the body will feel it needs, thus creating the same effects of overdoing pain killers for example.
The problem with using daily or frequently is that your brain no longer feels it needs to produce its relaxing effects. Without the weed, your brain no longer knows how to react. Which causes you to lose sleep, triggers depression and anxiety, and mood swings will also occur from it.
So, basically like getting off any substance in a detox center.
Very few people, who get tested for weed addiction or answer questions in relation to it, find that the weed was what was causing their issues.
Mainly because they still like it and don’t think it’s an issue, despite the obvious signs.
The good part is that getting off of weed is much easier than it is for other drugs. The brain will eventually be able to produce the relaxation affect. And thus the issues it was causing in not having that will disappear too. However, due to long term use, one can still have anxiety and depression out of it. And other brain functions can be messed with too. This is due to overuse of THC for long periods of time.
WWE does not care for weed with their talents due to all of these issues I listed. But they do not suspend for it currently, just fine for it. It continues to rise for them too, and they have put some on notice to stop it or they will see suspension. R-Truth and Evan Bourne both got into issues involving weed which resulted in issues for them with WWE.
They may start to crack down on it, as those with weed troubles tend to get pushed down a lot. Someone like Swagger who got into a DUI in relation to his weed issues, ended up going from the main event level he was to mid-carding again. And this trend will continue or get worse.
But what do you think about WWE and their policy on weed? Is weed as bad as other drugs they suspend for, and should it be part of suspensions too? Let me know your thoughts below.
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