Discussion in 'Sports, Health & Fitness' started by Fkedup, Feb 26, 2020.
Naturally, weeds affect your nervous system ..
From what I know. Weed is a drug which creates pleasure. If you let it become a problem and abuse it to help your anxiety, after you stop, your brain will want to regain that pleasure. You will smoke more and when u dont smoke you become more anxious due to not having that pleasure from the drug.
Definently, makes you more aware of what you are feeling right now
Different effects for different folks.
smoking definitely increases long term pervasiveness of anxiety and other mental health conditions
I get social anxities really bad when i'm high, which is all the time... but I kinda just force myself to do whatever I would normally do and ride with it.
I’ve been dealing with extreme anxiety for years now, I’ve been told numerous times “you should smoke you’d feel better” but I definitely feel like that’s a bad idea. I haven’t smoked in around 6 years and the last time I did it had the opposite effect, sketched me out so bad. I smoked all the time in high school but then once I got older it’s like it flipped on me, I hate it now.
I get very anxious when I am high. It's just fun so I use to do it.
I look at my friends who are now habitual marijuana smokers. The synonyms I could use to describe all of them now are : all without a doubt socially awkward, extremely antisocial to the point that when they come home for holidays or other things, they would rather sit inside and play video games rather than see friends who they grew up with, and they also all make very silly mistakes mentally on thing which should be common sense.
Not saying Covid-19 and other things do not contribute to these new details of them that I have noticed.
Focus on working on, building your self confidence by constantly challenging yourself with new things, and eating healthy and staying hydrated and you will notice your anxiety goes down.
Nice piece of advice.
It sounds stupid but you have to somewhat adopt a "fuck it" / "just do it" attitude. Step by step, of course... and over time you'll become more confident.
sure there is, smoking and anxiety both are stress-related behaviours and symptoms