According to a study published in Cerebral Cortex magazine, cannabis use can cause schizophrenia especially in adolescence and after. Statistics indicate that in America, 15 percent of 8th grade students have tried cannabis at least once, and more than 1 percent use it every day. In our country, the use of marijuana, known as cannabis, can give a feeling of well-being, but at the same time, it can cause feelings such as panic, anxiety, insecurity, fear. Although cannabis use causes short-term memory loss, impaired perception, and cognitive impairment, it also brings about a lack of performance at work and school. In adolescent adolescents, cannabis use causes a negative and long-lasting effect on cognitive development, yet damages developing brain systems.
Cannabis Use Causes Mental Illness High doses of cannabis use can cause acute psychosis, including hallucination, delusion, and loss of self-perception. This kind of discomfort caused by cannabis can be temporary, but you can lose all of your mental health as a result of cannabis use by long-term action. In particular, experts note the link between schizophrenia and cannabis use. The sensation of numbness after cannabis use is due to a chemical contained in marijuana: Delta-9-Tetrahydro-Cannabinol (THC).