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Pot smokers develop more chances of strokes than the non-smokers




According to a study, it has been detected that frequent smokers, who smoke at least two times a day, compared to those who do not. 

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After the second time research, the individuals might also be hospitalized due to erratic heart rhythm. 

The first study brings to the surface that the non-smokers who intake marijuana only for ten days in a month, have 2.5 times more chances to get a stroke than non-users.

From the survey that has come to the surface recently, it has been known that among 43,000 adults, aged between 18 to 44 years of age, about 14% of them have been recorded to consume marijuana in the last 30 days. 

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On the other hand, young cannabis users, those who consume it with tobacco, may fall prey to high blood pressure, which leads to the cause of stroke. 

Along with that, marijuana also leads to blood clotting and narrow down the arteries — incidentally, both of these results in the increased risks of strokes. 

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