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Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 12 Feb 20, Wednesday

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Cannabis use disorder (CUD), also known as cannabis addiction or marijuana addiction, is defined in the fifth revision of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) and ICD-10 as the continued use of cannabis despite clinically significant impairment.

Cannabis use and abuse has symptoms that affect behavior, physical, cognitive, and psychosocial aspects of a person’s life. This can change an individual largely and make them not seem themselves. Symptoms include agitation, bloodshot eyes, challenges in problem solving, and paranoia.

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Cannabis use is associated with comorbid mental health problems, such as mood and anxiety disorders, and discontinuing cannabis use is difficult for some users. Psychiatric comorbidities are often present in dependent cannabis users including a range of personality disorders.

The use of cannabis at a young age such as the teenage years, can have serious impacts on depression and anxiety in youth and later in life. There is evidence that cannabis use during adolescence, at a time when the brain is still developing, may have deleterious effects on neural development and later cognitive functioning. The brain is not completely developed until a person reaches the age range of 22-27. Excessive use of marijuana can cause harm to this development. Based on annual survey data, many high school seniors who report smoking daily (nearly 7%, according to one study) may function at a lower rate in school than students that do not. The sedating and anxiolytic properties of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) in some users might make the use of cannabis an attempt to self-medicate personality or psychiatric disorders.

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