Changes in Cannabis Consumption Not Significantly Associated With Psychotic-Like Experiences

Article by Angela Stelmakowich, Growth Op

World NewsWellnessNewsMedicalHealth Changes in cannabis consumption not significantly associated with psychotic-like experiences Stress experiences are important in the development of psychosis independent of cannabis use. Author of the article:Angela Stelmakowich Of the 552 subjects who cited ever use at age 19, “549 reported to have experienced at least one psychotic experience of any form at age 19. / PHOTO BY RO VESALAINEN / ISTOCK / GETTY IMAGES PLUS Age of first use of cannabis may influence future consumption, whether that be higher or lower, but changes in consumption between age 19 and 22 appear not to be associated with a greater frequency of psychotic-like experiences (PLEs).

Age of first use of cannabis may influence future consumption, whether that be higher or lower, but changes in consumption between age 19 and 22 appear not to be associated with a greater frequency of psychotic-like experiences (PLEs).

That was the finding of a new study, published in Schizophrenia Research, by a team of researchers from around the world.

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