Here are 10 things you can do for your health
Although the popularity of cannabis seems to be growing across the world there is still a segment of the population who consider the use of the plant a criminal offense and qualify its approach as a bad custom, more like that of “being stoned”. .
A cannabis lifestyle
A lifestyle related to cannabis is a way of life that not only benefits from cannabis to "get high", but also respects the powerful medical benefits of the cannabis plant.
Once you realize that the cannabis plant offers a seemingly endless amount of medical benefits, you find yourself using cannabis in all aspects of your life. For example, even a 'stoner' who can't wait to get home and get 'stuck in their couch' after a long day's work could also honor the plant by using a hemp protein in their morning preening.
A true advocate for the cannabis lifestyle will also preach the medical benefits of cannabis, even in light of the potential risk of being sidelined in society. It is far better to suggest cannabis for grandma's arthritis than to prevent her from finding relief just because your uncle will say you are addicted to pot at the table.
Even today, French law still defines cannabis as a dangerous drug with no medical benefit. And therefore, marijuana and hashish users are advised to “pass between the drops” with regard to this sensitive issue.
Contrary to the widespread stigma fueled by “anti-cannabis” lobbies, cannabis users come from all walks of life and they are an integral and contributing part of society. Make no mistake, we can use cannabis with friends or in the evening to relax, calm, but also for spiritual and therapeutic purposes, to improve the senses and creativity but also for personal purposes.
Follow these tips to keep your balance or to rebalance yourself
When combined with a healthy lifestyle, consuming cannabis responsibly is also a source of pleasure and can have a beneficial influence in our lives. However, “too much” of a good thing can also lead to abuse.
Because the goal is to obtain rights, it is important to dispel myths and stereotypes associated with cannabis use.
It is possible to use it responsibly and safely. Therefore, adults should exercise caution in their use in order to maintain a good rapport with the environment and not get into trouble.
Be aware of the influence of cannabis on your personality and recognize your limits. If this makes you feel tired or a lack of concentration, don't smoke if you need to be alert and focused. Don't use the excuse that you are "too high" not to get it right, because you blame the cannabis! Rather evaluate how you use it, if it prevents you from fulfilling your obligations, do not take it out until completion of these tasks or do not take it out at all!
It is not difficult to quit or take breaks, weed is not addictive like alcohol or tobacco. This herb is a great reward at the end of work after a good day, when it's time to relax. Some prefer it only on weekends or for special occasions.
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Treat yourself with kindness and respect, and avoid self-criticism. Make time for your favorite hobbies and projects, or expand your horizons. Do daily crossword puzzles, plant a garden, take dance lessons, learn to play an instrument, or be fluent in another language.
Take care of your body :
Taking care of yourself physically can improve your mental health. Don't forget to do it:
Eat nutritious meals
- Avoid smoking
- Drink a lot of water
- Exercise, which helps reduce depression and anxiety, and improves mood.
- Sleep enough. Researchers believe that lack of sleep contributes to high rates of depression among college students.
Surround yourself with good people:
People with strong family or social ties are generally healthier than those without a support network. Make plans with supportive family members and friends, or look for activities where you can meet new people, like a club, class, or support group.
Volunteer your time and energy to help someone else. You'll feel good about doing something tangible to help someone in need - and it's a great way to meet new people.
Learn how to handle stress:
Whether you like it or not, stress is part of life. practice
relaxation techniques: Do Tai Chi, exercise, take a nature walk, play with your pet, or try writing a diary to reduce stress. Also, don't forget to smile and see the humor in life. Research shows that laughter can boost your immune system, relieve pain, relax your body, and reduce stress.
Calm your mind:
Try meditation, relaxation exercises can improve your state of mind and your outlook on life. In fact, research shows that meditation can help you feel calm and enhance the effects of therapy.
Set realistic goals:
Decide what you want to achieve academically, professionally, and personally, and write down the steps you need to take to reach your goals. Aim high, but be realistic and don't over-plan. You will enjoy a tremendous sense of accomplishment and self-worth as you move forward towards your goal.
Break the monotony:
Although our routines make us more efficient and enhance our sense of security and safety. A small change can be beneficial: change your jogging route, plan a trip by car, take a walk in another park, hang new photos or try a new restaurant.
Consume as little alcohol as possible. Sometimes people use alcohol to “medicate themselves”, but in reality, alcohol only makes the problems worse.
Get help when you need it:
Asking for help is a sign of strength, not a weakness. And it's important to remember that the treatment works. People who receive the right care can recover from mental illness and addiction and lead full and fulfilling lives.
* Adapted from the National Mental Health Association