Nova Scotia Research Suggests Women May Be Upping Cannabis Use To Cope With Depressed Mood Linked To Disorder

Article by Angela Stelmakowich, Growth Op

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Open more share options Breadcrumb Trail Links Wellness News Medical Life Legalization Health N.S. research suggests women may be upping cannabis use to cope with depressed mood linked to disorder Female cannabis users who have pre-menstrual dysphoric disorder use more weed than those who don’t have it. Author of the article: Angela Stelmakowich Researchers reviewed data from the electronic daily diaries of 69 naturally cycling female cannabis users with or without retrospectively identified PMDD. / PHOTO BY FIZKES / ISTOCK / GETTY IMAGES PLUS

Nova Scotia investigators looking at women with pre-menstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) found that using more cannabis appeared to be a coping motive for dealing with depressed mood before and during menstruation.

The observational study involved using data from the electronic daily diaries of 69 naturally cycling female cannabis users with or without retrospectively identified PMDD over 32 days, notes the research paper in Addiction.

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