Marijuana is a drug used commonly in the world among teenagers. It is estimated that around million people all over the world use marijuana and this represents 3. It is believed that the consumption of this drug is associated with several negative impacts on human health. Therefore, this paper seeks to analyze the epidemiological research study findings that will show the relationship between marijuana and its effects on mental health.
What are the factors that cause them to start experimenting and smoking marijuana? The minds and bodies of the teens who smoke must be facing some sort of developing issues. Marijuana is a mild drug compared to harsher drugs like cocaine. Anyone ages 21 years or older are able to purchase, possess, and produce marijuana without a medical marijuana card.
The effects that marijuana has on the brain has been a widely controversial topic for the past century. Scientist have found both pros and cons in their studies on users of marijuana. In this essay, I will be reviewing the known negative effects that marijuana has on the body. There are several points I will be discussing. These points are distorted perception, loss of coordination, increased heart rate and blood pressure, trouble with thinking and problem solving, and problems with memory and learning.