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Marijuana has active ingredients of marijuana. It is often used in stress and anxiety. (latest outcomes from Marijuana 2,851 users)
Narcolepsy (brain's inability to regulate sleep-wake cycles normally) has been reported by people with narcolepsy, multiple sclerosis, depression, pain, high blood cholesterol (latest reports from 22,795 Narcolepsy patients).
On Oct, 20, 2016
No report is found.
Hello everyone. I am a 58 year old female living in SW Virginia. I was hit crossing the street in 2003 and was unable to work until 2009. I worked at home taking cust service calls from Oct 2009 until October 2013. Was feeling good and no health issues except in 2012 I had surgery for carpal tunnel, torn meniscus in knee and skin cancer removed on face. Then in June 2013, I went to sit down and chair collapsed and twisted arm behind me and threw me to the floor on right side of face. Next day I went to Dr feeling like a bad whiplash and arm hurt. Saw many different Dr's and was told I had TMJ so I got a bite plate made. Pain kept getting worse and neck started to spasm and grab. Got migrane that lasted 8 weeks and base of skull felt like it was in vice grip. Finally in April 2014 I was diagnosed with a 40% tear in rotator cuff and cervical dystonia and started Botox injections. Then I developed cranial dystonia with blepharospasm in my eyes, Oromandibular dystonia, laryngeal dystonia, dysphagia and my esophagus is spasmodic. I recently read about the trigeminal nerve and wonder if that's part of my too. It's so crazy how a quick accident like a chair breaking can change your like forever! What's really crazy is the chair was in a nurse's office where my mother was being transferred from hospital to for rehab from a fall. That's my story and thanks for letting me share it with you.
Hello, i'm a 22 year old male. i've been medicating myself with Marijuana for over a year now. In my early consumption phase, i started up with 1 to 2 Joints everyday and ended up being continuously High for a Whole Weeks (5 to 8 Joints per day). I started feeling the secondary effects as anxiety and depression kicked in. The more i thought i should stop, the more i wanted to consume. It then came to the point where i went to support groups and lately to a Psychiatrist. I moved out to my brothers place. After a week i was prescribed Citalopram 20 mg. However i did not stop smoking weed. It's been 6 Days that i am taking Citalopram and i smoked weed once since then. It feels like the effect of Citalopram is augmented by weed and vise versa. I'm afraid i would finish by doing harm to myself, pursuing this path, but it seems it's what my body and mind are craving for. I would like to have contact with people who are or were in my situation.
Has anyone experienced vertigo caused by marijuana? I've used marijuana all my life but the last 3 years, have been smoking daily. I'm retired and writing a book. I don't want to stop because I am more creative when smoking. but I don't want the vertigo to be chronic and/or handicapping.
ER two mornings in a row on vacation. Now I'm scared to drive or even be alone. Basically what has happened is i've lost consciousness and can't be aroused. These are not quick faints; I'm out for 30-40 minutes I've had such episodes every two years or so for about twenty years but now they're ...
Not sure what where to go with this. I have fibromyalgia and relapsing polchondritus also a disability from va.. I have my flares mostly under control. As well as what to do when they become apparent. After many years on pharmaceuticals I went a different direction. With medical marijauna. ...
After I have smoked I have pain in my chest and especially in my esophagus area. I feel like I need to burp but can't. Now it has happened twice that I have gotten an ileus. The first time was a day after my first use. I wasn't even sure that was the cause but now that it had happened twice I'm ...
Hello, i'm a 22 year old male. i've been medicating myself with Marijuana for over a year now. In my early consumption phase, i started up with 1 to 2 Joints everyday and ended up being continuously High for a Whole Weeks (5 to 8 Joints per day). I started feeling the secondary effects as ...
Hello everyone. I am a 58 year old female living in SW Virginia. I was hit crossing the street in 2003 and was unable to work until 2009. I worked at home taking cust service calls from Oct 2009 until October 2013. Was feeling good and no health issues except in 2012 I had surgery for carpal ...
Hi have secondary narcolepsy due to a spot on my brain recently I started taking trimethylglycine does anyone else take this product I also take Ritalin which I don't think works great any advice would be greatly appreciated thank you
My experence with Modafinil has been just excellent. It basically resolved my problem of feeling tired and fatigued througout my day and leaves me feeling super focused and energetic. I discovered people talking about Modafinil and its benefits. I found so many positive responses about this drug ...
Hi I'm Kyra. Finally at 25 was diagnosed with narcolepsy after I began having chronic migraines and falling asleep in dangerous situations. I am now able to have a full time job and even though it's a life diagnosis at least I am treating a cause and not symptoms now.
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