Regular Pot Smoking Can Lead to Vision Impairment

A new French study suggests that  regular pot smoking can be connected to a limited degree of vision impairment.pot smokingScientists included 52 participants to their study, 28 of them were smoking pot regularly (at least 7 times a week).In their study, researchers were trying to answer such questions: does marijuana affect the healthy functioning of retinal ganglion cells (RGCs), which are situated on the surface of the retina? These cells are responsible for receiving visual information.The findings of the study suggest that regular pot smokers do appear to experience a slight delay in RGC signalling that can indicate impaired vision.More information here.

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