Dysphoria Risk High In Young Marijuana Users
Dysphoria, the a state of feeling unwell or unhappy, is dangerously threatening young and inexperienced marijuana users. Researchers and officials warn that marijuana's rise in potency poses serious risk to youth drug users including Dysphoria and paranoia.
The report published on today's CNN says that for the first time the potency in Marijuana has surpassed the ten percent mark in the United States. Marijuana is already dangerous and strong Marijuana even more. "While experienced marijuana users may limit their intake of potent marijuana, young and inexperienced users may not moderate their intake and possibly suffer from dysphoria, paranoia, irritability and other negative effects," reads the story.
We could not find much information about Dysphoria and full coverage about it in the government official websites. However an interesting piece of information about gender dysphoria is available at UK's NHS.
Gender dysphoria is a condition where a person feels that they are trapped within a body of the wrong sex. The condition is also sometimes known as:
- gender identity disorder,
- gender incongruence, or
People who have long-lasting, extreme cases of gender dysphoria are known as transsexuals. You can read more about Gender Dysphoria at NHS, but in the meanwhile be warned of usage of potent Marijuana causes Dyspohria in young people.