Mike1234Mike wrote:I am now starting to take Cipralex(just started today.) my question I guess is are my anxiety attacks probably from the weed or does the weed which causes paranoia trigger the anxiety.I am a 21 year old male who has smoked weed chronically for over 8 years.
My only real problem with the feeling is it can get me feeling real aggressive.Fight or Flight I think they called it.The chest pains and rest of the crap is just a pain I dont need.The blurry vision dizziness part of it is killing me at work but whatever if my boss fires me I'll just kick his donkey(just kidding).Really im just writing this to get my story out there in case anybody needs to relate to something.
People smoking pot and enjoying it, probably suffer from a metabolic disorder that existed before
taking up marijuana. The weed is being used like any other psychotropic drug to deal with an inner biological abnormality that causes people to be anxious and depressed.
Most people addicted to drugs, have been found to be hypoglycemic
, according to a four hour Medical Test for Hypoglycemia
. Family members who may not have been smoking pot are usually also found to be hypoglycemic. Thus there seems to be genetic predisposition towards depression, anxiety and addiction.
Most addictions whether to alcohol, heroin or cocaine have this in common that addicted people have problems manufacturing the feel good neurotransmitters
such as serotonin.
Studies have shown that people who have problems producing sufficient biological energy in the form of ATP
lack the necessary energy to produce serotonin.
This is due to Insulin Resistance
, which leads to the Hypoglycemic syndrome
The first step in treatment is to overcome the biological abnormality by going on a Hypoglycemic Diet
under the supervision of a Clinical Nutritionist
In most cases this can be followed up by a course in psychotherapy