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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Effects of marijuana on your body (timeline) First hit THC goes through the user's lungs and into the bloodstr eam. Blood carries the chemical to the brain and other organs. The time the effects wear off varies depending on the user's circumsta nces. THC overactivates certain brain cell receptors, resulting in effects such as: altered senses, changes in mood, impaired body movement, difficulty with thinking and problem-solving, impaired memory and learning Physical effects include red eyes, low blood pressure, and increase heart rate. Addictions can cause lower life satisfaction, poorer mental health, poorer physical health, and more relationship problems. During a high, users will experienc esensory changes (ex: colors seem brighter and having the "munchies ").Mood changes are very common, too. Did you know!The number of middle and high schoolers who believe marijuana is risky is decreasing. User will general feel the effects after 30min-1hr. Did you know!Marijuana highs are the most unpredictable of all intoxications. Users will experience withdrawals in about 48 hrs. Symptoms include feelings of depression, irritability, stomach pain, fever, headaches, and restlessness. ations/drugfacts/marijuana ealth/addiction/marijuana-use-and -its-effects alissues/a/What-Do-Marijuana-Eff ects-Feel-Like.htm gfacts/marijuana/short-and-long-t erm-effects.html ost/marijuana-withdrawal-real Did you know!Smoking for a prolong time can decrease IQ. Users are 4-7 times more likely to develop an addiction if they start in their teens. Long term affects include low immune system, fertility problems, growth disorders, personality and mood changes, and lack of motivation. Anna Kjoller
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