Day: December 25, 2018

How to Deal with Memory Loss and Other Negative Effects of Cannabis

Do you tend to forget what happened when high? If the answer is yes, then that makes two of us.

As reported by Health Canada, short-term memory loss—including “impaired ability to remember, concentrate, pay attention and react quickly—have been shown to be some of the effects of cannabis use.

Although cannabis is proven to influence and increase creativity, when it comes to making and retaining new memories, things may not be so peachy.

Different types of memory

According to the Atkinson–Shiffrin model, there are three types of memory:

  • Sensory memory;
  • Short-term memory;
  • Long-term memory.

Sensory memory is the shortest type of remembrance.

It lasts for about 3 seconds, briefly holding the information obtained from the senses.

These are the memories relating to one hearing or seeing–for instance, when looking at an object briefly, and then trying to recall what it looked like.

Short-term memory lasts anywhere from 18 to 30 seconds and its function is to process sensory memory and retain information on everything a person is paying attention to at the moment.

The best example of …

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How Cannabis Inspires and Ignites Creative Fires in music and beyond

Cannabis is a lot of things to a lot of people and different for everybody. This amazing plant helps relieve pain, depression, anxiety and a plethora of other symptoms and conditions. It’s also notorious for helping spark the imagination and getting those creative juices flowing, making cannabis more than just a plant for medical benefits […]

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Growing Cannabis in Canada: A Guide to What’s Legal, from seeds to plants

If you wanted to know how to grow cannabis in Canada, look no more. This guide will take you through everything from seeds, plants, and what’s legal. What does the law say? Cannabis Act – “Subsection 12: Production, cultivation, propagation and harvesting — 18 years of age or older (4) Unless authorized under this Act, […]

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