New research suggests that smoking weed could age your brain by as much as three years.
Basically, if the new science is to be believed, consuming marijuana speeds up the ageing of the brain by around 2.8 years, which is worse than bipolar disorder or attention deficit hyperactive disorder. . .
The study shines a new light on the effects of smoking cannabis and the author of the study thinks that it should give us reason to think about how harmful it is.
Lead author Dr Daniel Amen said: “The cannabis abuse finding was especially important, as our culture is starting to see marijuana as an innocuous substance. This study should give us pause about it.”
Reduced blood flow through the brain can cause health complications such as strokes and dementia. (Read more from “New Study: Smoking Weed Can Age the Brain by Nearly Three Years” HERE)