Getting Rid of the Weed Hangover 

Weed Hangover
While not every cannabis user may have the same viewpoint or have an experience with this, weed hangovers do happen for some users. Is there such a thing as a weed hangover? Are there studies about this? And if it’s true, how can you get rid of it? These are some of the questions we’ll try to answer clearly in this blog. 

What does the study say about weed hangovers?

First things first, what do the studies truly say about weed hangovers? There is a widely known study about marijuana hangover that was published way back in 1985. With 13 male participants, it was a study to determine the residual effects of marijuana use from the evening to the following morning. After conducting tests through behavioral tasks, card sorting, free recall, and time production, the finding suggests that the “hangover” effect differed from the acute effects of marijuana the day after smoking. Furthermore, a more recent study in 2017 regarding the health benefits of cannabis for chronic pain patients reported that adverse effects were described as a foggy, non-alert feeling in the morning and brain fog resembling a weed hangover.

Common Signs of Weed Hangover

Here are some of the most common signs or symptoms for those experiencing a weed hangover.
  • Brain fog – this is described as the lack of mental clarity and having a hard time focusing.
  • Feeling lethargic – a general state of feeling sleepy, tired, and sluggish. Lack of energy to do anything.
  • Dehydrated – dry eyes and mouth is also one of the most common symptoms of a weed hangover.
  • Headache – throbbing sensation or pain may also occur in any region of your head.
  • Nauseous  nausea is described as the feeling you get when you feel like you’re about to vomit.

How to get rid of weed hangovers?

For those who are feeling the signs of a weed hangover, you might be wondering how you can totally get rid of these symptoms. These are some of the best ways to deal with the after-effects of smoking marijuana.   Drink a lot of water. Drinking water is one of the best things you can do after waking up and feeling the signs of a hangover. Water does an excellent job of flushing out toxins, delivering nutrients to your cells, and keeping your organs functioning properly.   Go for a walk. If you can move, even a little brisk walk inside or outside your home would be beneficial in increasing circulation throughout your body. Sweating a little bit could also detoxify you from the after-effects of marijuana.   Take a cold shower. Taking a cool shower is also an excellent way to refresh and wake up your senses to relieve your weed hangover.   Take some pain reliever. If symptoms persist after trying everything on the list, it might be best to use a pain reliever and get some rest.   Do you have personal experience with weed hangovers? If yes, drop a comment below, and we would love to hear your thoughts about it.

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