Marijuana Health In Youth And Young Adults Today 2016
Marijuana Health Argument #1
It can no longer be denied that severe negative health consequences could occur if an individual who is about 23 or younger uses Cannabis or Cannabis products in whatever frequency research shows. Many might say a person who becomes of ‘mature’ age of, for example 19 or 21 and then let them decide on the risks, such as a smoker of tobacco for example. can make their own decision. It is a difficult argument to make.
Sensitivity Of A Young Man Or Ladies Brain
Fact is, youth is a sensitive time for brain development, if a young person introduces use of marijuana at early teens, it could very well have serious consequences for their ability to problem solve, for their memory and for critical thinking in general and those consequences are permanent, and irreversible..”Teenagers think that cannabis is harmless. It is not. And for some people, it’s particularly dangerous.”
Record Marijuana Usage In Ontario Canada
Genetics, social issues, marijuana strength and frequency of use are among complex variables along with how young a person starts using the drug. Brain development in childhood continues through teenage years and into the early 20s. The Center for Addiction and Mental Health says marijuana use in Canada is most common among teens and young adults. It estimates past-year use in Ontario at 23 per cent for students in Grade 7 to 12, and 40 per cent for those aged 18 to 29.