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Health consequences of acute and chronic marihuana use

Madelaine O. Maykut

Health consequences of acute and chronic marihuana use

by Madelaine O. Maykut

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Published by Pergamon Press in Oxford [Oxfordshire], New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Marijuana -- Physiological effect.,
  • Marijuana -- Toxicology.,
  • Cannabis -- metabolism.,
  • Cannabis Abuse -- complications.,
  • Cannabinoids -- pharmacodynamics.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMadelaine O. Maykut.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQP801.C27 M38 1984
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 328 p. :
    Number of Pages328
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2851654M
    ISBN 10008031984X
    LC Control Number84013990
    OCLC/WorldCa10995851

      Frequent marijuana use can have a significant negative effect on the brains of teenagers and young adults, including cognitive decline, poor attention and memory, and decreased IQ, according to psychologists discussing public health implications of marijuana legalization at the American Psychological Association’s nd Annual Convention. August 8, —BRONX, NY—The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded researchers at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Montefiore Health System a five-year, $ million grant for the first long-term study to test whether medical marijuana reduces opioid use among adults with chronic pain, including those with HIV. Chinazo Cunningham, M.D., M.S. Millions of Americans.

    Full Text PA MEDICAL AND HEALTH CONSEQUENCES OF DRUG ABUSE NIH GUIDE, Vol Num December 8, PA NUMBER: PA P.T. 34 Keywords: Drugs/Drug Abuse Mental Disorders Clinical Medicine, General Epidemiology National Institute on Drug Abuse PURPOSE The purpose of this program announcement is to stimulate a wide range of studies on the medical and health consequences of.   The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine sorted thro studies to determine the good and bad health effects of marijuana. Tight drug restrictions impede research, they say.

    Marijuana's long-term use is shown to have negative effects on physical, mental, and environmental health. Physical Effects Long-term marijuana use has been associated with drug dependency, a. Effects of Marijuana on Mental Health: Depression June Effects of Marijuana on Mental Health: examining the effects of marijuana on mental health conditions.7 This research brief will summarize what is known eventual downregulation of CB1 receptors with chronic use means that any benefit derived from THC with regard to.


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Maykut MO. Chemical content, assay procedures, and pharmacokinetics of cannabis sativa arediscussed briefly. Cannabinoid cellular effects relating to chromosomes andimmunity including cellular metabolism and allergic reactions are presented.

Gross and microscopic brain pathology due to cannabis use is reviewed involvingEEG Cited by: Get this from a library. Health consequences of acute and chronic marihuana use. [Madelaine O Maykut].

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MENTAL HEALTH. Marijuana use, especially frequent (daily or near daily) use and use in high doses, can cause disorientation, and sometimes cause unpleasant thoughts or feelings of anxiety and paranoia.

A range of acute and chronic health problems associated with cannabis use has been identified. Cannabis can frequently have negative effects in its users, which may be amplified by certain. Marijuana and Medicine addresses the science base and the therapeutic effects of marijuana use for medical conditions such as glaucoma and multiple sclerosis.

It covers marijuana's mechanism of action, acute and chronic effects on health and behavior, potential adverse effects, efficacy of different delivery systems, analysis of the data about.

A unique and comprehensive reference that no health care professional who encounters substance abusers should be without. The Handbook of the Medical Consequences of Alcohol and Drug Abuseis a cutting-edge evaluation of the medical effects of the most abused drugs in America today. The contributors to this peer-reviewed book include leading experts in medical physiology.

However, health effects of acute and chronic marijuana use on many relevant health outcomes, including renal function, remain largely unexamined. In this study, we aimed to assess the association between recent and past marijuana use and renal : Chang Lu, Stefania I.

Papatheodorou, John Danziger, Murray A. Mittleman, Murray A. Mittleman. Environmental exposures are the leading causes of respiratory disease worldwide.

Exposures to tobacco smoke and household air pollution consistently rank among the top risk factors not only for respiratory disease burden but also for the global burden of disease (Lim et al., ). Less is known, however, about the attributable effects of cannabis use on respiratory disease despite shared.

Reviews the current guidelines for the use of opioids in patients with acute and chronic pain. Lists the parameters of opioid use and abuse to be documented in all clinical, dental, and health care settings.

Explains opioid replacement therapy (e.g., methadone, buprenorphine) and the use of opioid antagonists in acute overdose. Marijuana use is linked to adverse cognitive effects. In particular, the drug is linked to reduced learning, memory, and attention.

It hasn’t been entirely clear whether these effects persist. Researchers used the statistical technique of latent class analysis to describe distinct patterns of marijuana use across age using data from nea participants in the Monitoring the Future study. Longer-term marijuana use (extending from age 18 into the late 20s or beyond) was associated with increased risk of self-reported health problems at age   Acute Use (infrequent) Short term ( minutes) bronchodilator effects.

More frequent use noted to produce bronchospasm. Chronic Use. Development of chronic bronchitis and symptoms of coughing, wheezing, shortness of breath, excess sputum production, chest tightness, pharyngitis, hoarse voice, worsening asthma symptoms. Infection Risk. Chronic pot use may have serious effects on the brain, experts say More research needs to be done to highlight the long-term effects of marijuana use on the brain, body and our behavior, experts say.

The federal investment in research on the health-related effects of marijuana has been small, both in relation to the expenditure on other illicit drugs and in absolute terms. The committee considers the research particularly inadequate when viewed in light of the extent of marijuana use in this country, especially by young people.

Due to the high prevalence of cannabis use, the impact of cannabis on public health may be significant. A range of acute and chronic health problems associated with cannabis use has been identified.

Cannabis can frequently have negative effects in its users, which may be amplified by certain demographic and/or psychosocial factors. Health effects of acute and chronic marijuana use remain controversial and the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not officially approved marijuana as a medicine, nor has it been extensively studied within the general population.

Little is known about its potential effects. Chronic marijuana use has little effect on your physical health, a study finds. Many other studies on the physical health effects of marijuana use rely on observations at a single point in.

effects on respiratory health, and some investigators argue that cannabis smoking may be even more harmful than that of tobacco smoking. Indeed, data collected from 15 volunteers suggest that smoking one cannabis joint can lead to four times the exposure to carbon monoxide and three to five times more tar deposition than smoking a single cigarette (Wu et al., ).But, some risk behaviors—such as using marijuana—can have harmful and long-lasting effects on a teen’s health and well-being.

Marijuana and the teen brain. Unlike adults, the teen brain is actively developing and often will not be fully developed until the mid 20s. Marijuana use during this period may harm the developing teen brain.Acute and chronic cannabis use has been shown to be harmful to several aspects of psychological and physical health, such as mood states, psychiatric outcomes, neurocognition, driving and general health.

Furthermore, cannabis is highly addictive, and the adverse effects of withdrawal can lead to regular use.