This may explain why chronic

Nov 14th 2015 at 12:54 AM

cannabis the increases in structural wiring declined, but users continued to display higher connectivity than non-users. This may explain why chronic, long-term cannabis users appeared to be “doing just fine” despite having smaller Brainplus IQ said co-author also from the University of Texas. She added: “To date, existing studies on the long-term effects of marijuana on brain structures have been largely inconclusive due to limitations in methodologies. While our study does not conclusively address whether any or all of the brain changes are a direct consequence of marijuana use, these effects do suggest that these changes are related to age of onset and duration of use. ”The study, published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, suggests that grey matter may be more vulnerable to the effects of THC, the main active ingredient in cannabis, than white matter. >>>>>>>>>


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