Is marijuana use related with other drug use?
Yes. Usually people use legal drugs like alcohol or cigarettes before they start using marijuana. Marijuana is the most commonly used illegal substance in the United States. It's often the first illegal drug used and sometimes leads to the use of other illegal drugs
Could I become chemically addict on marijuana?
Yes. When you're chemically dependent on marijuana, it means you crave it and you need to take more and more to get the same effect. You may have withdrawal symptoms when you stop using it. Because marijuana is a lot stronger than it used to be, you're also more likely to abuse it and become dependent on it today than in the past.
What are the common side effects of marijuana use?
Some of the common side effects of marijuana are: Trouble remembering things, Sleepiness, Anxiety, Paranoia and Altered time perception.
Using marijuana for a long time makes some people lose interest in school, work, relationships and other activities. It may cause legal problems and can be dangerous in certain situations, like driving.
How might marijuana affect me physically?
Some of the common physical effects of marijuana include: tremors, nausea, headache, worsening coordination, breathing problems, increased appetite and reduced blood flow to the brain and Changes in the reproductive organs.
Like tobacco, marijuana contains many chemicals that can hurt the lungs and cause cancer. One marijuana cigarette can cause more damage to the lungs than many tobacco cigarettes, because marijuana has more tar in it and is generally smoked without filters. Adverse side effects from marijuana occur in about 40 to 50 % of people who use marijuana.