Getting high alone linked to psychosis, dependence, study suggests
Mar 09 2019
People who use cannabis alone rather than with others are twice as likely to screen positive for psychosis, a new Dalhousie University study has found.
The study, published last month in Drug and Alcohol Review, also found that solitary tokers are more likely to use the drug more often, to have symptoms of cannabis dependence and to use it to cope with negative emotions or stress.
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