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The cohort was reviewed with regard to age and gender to determine whether differences were present among different groups as to the relative amount of sedation medication required in cannabis users vs nonusers.
Medical records from 250 patients were reviewed, and researchers found that compared with people who did not regularly use cannabis, people who regularly used cannabis required an amount of sedation for endoscopic procedures that was significantly higher (Determining cannabis use before procedural sedation can be an important tool for planning patient care and assessing both medication needs and possible risks related to increased dosage requirements during endoscopic procedures.
It will be important to know how cannabis use may affect medical care and the administration of certain medications, including sedatives and opioids.
Not to mention the fact that they will be unable to enjoy life in their drowsy, addicted state.
This program not only addresses the debilitating effects of drug abuse on the mind and body, but also resolves why a person turned to drugs in the first place.
As a result, a person can graduate from the program into a new life free from drug use.
One of the most marked effects of sedatives is their potential for abuse and addiction.
A person can quickly develop a tolerance, meaning that more of the drug is needed to create the desired effects.