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Cannabis and Psychosis. Is There Epidemiological Evidence for an Association?

Habitual use of cannabis may facilitate the onset of psychosis resulting from schizophrenia.

Schizophrenia is a common cause of psychosis—a severe mental disorder characterized by a disconnection of thoughts and emotions from reality. This study investigated the cannabis-schizophrenia hypothesis. Researchers examined data and evidence obtained from eligible studies. 

Researchers noted that frequent users of cannabis were highly likely to experience schizophrenia-induced psychosis. This study documented a harmful association between habitual use of cannabis and the risk of suffering from schizophrenia

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