Study: Exercise Can Offset Depressive Symptoms That May Accompany Frequent Weed Use

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News Study: Exercise can offset depressive symptoms that may accompany frequent weed use Exercising found to improve “psychosocial well-being” regardless of how often students were consuming cannabis. Author of the article: Sam Riches The research suggests that exercising may reduce depressive symptoms among youth who are frequent cannabis consumers. / PHOTO BY GETTY IMAGES Article Sidebar Share TRENDING Injecting new life into your dried-out, baffed-out bud. What can a cannabis lover do to freshen up that stash? with Video MMA legend Frank Shamrock used cannabis 'on a daily basis' throughout his career. So, why has he stopped now? Ganja and replica gun among several items seized at 18-year-old’s home WeedMD is unlike most pot producers in Canada with Video The police sawed through a front door to seize 'half a joint' from a parent feeding their three-year-old Article content Researchers from Brock University and the University of Waterloo in Ontario have published insight into whether or not the benefits provided by physical activity could reduce cannabis-associated mental health changes.

Researchers from Brock University and the University of Waterloo in Ontario have published insight into whether or not the benefits provided by physical activity could reduce cannabis-associated mental health changes.

Published in the peer-reviewed journal Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology,the research suggests that exercising may reduce depressive symptoms among youth who are frequent cannabis consumers.

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