Cannabinoids, interoception, and anxiety.

uoguelph.ca.Abstract The use of cannabis is rapidly gaining legal status across North America. Such dramatic legislative shifts have prompted an urgency in elucidating the stimulus effects of cannabis consumption. Cannabis use, though relatively safe compared to other drugs of abuse, has been associated with greater risk of mental health disorders, Read more…

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Gender differences in associations between pain-related anxiety and alcohol use among adults with chronic pain.

 29.54, 67% Female) self-reported pain-related anxiety, gender, and alcohol use (i.e., consumption frequency/quantity, alcohol-related consequences, and dependence symptoms measured with the Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test; AUDIT). Hierarchical regression and conditional effects models were used to test associations between pain-related anxiety, gender, and alcohol use. RESULTS: Pain-related anxiety was positively Read more…

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Association of Cannabis Use in Adolescence and Risk of Depression, Anxiety, and Suicidality in Young Adulthood: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis.

 61.3%). Conclusions and Relevance: Although individual-level risk remains moderate to low and results from this study should be confirmed in future adequately powered prospective studies, the high prevalence of adolescents consuming cannabis generates a large number of young people who could develop depression and suicidality attributable to cannabis. This is Read more…

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Cannabis use behaviors and prevalence of anxiety and depressive symptoms in a cohort of Canadian medicinal cannabis users.

mcmaster.ca.Abstract Cannabis is commonly used recreationally for its euphoric and relaxing effects, while its medical use is permitted in several jurisdictions. With only low-quality evidence suggesting anxiolytic effects of cannabis and strong public sentiment surrounding such purported effects, the purpose of this study was to examine the prevalence of cannabis Read more…

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Cannabinoid and nicotine exposure during adolescence induces sex-specific effects on anxiety- and reward-related behaviors during adulthood.

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Substances as Self-Treatment for Cognitive Test Anxiety among Undergraduate Students.

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Comorbid tobacco and other substance use and symptoms of anxiety and depression among hospitalised orthopaedic trauma patients.

McCrabb S1, Baker AL2, Attia J2,3,4, Balogh ZJ2,5, Lott N5, Palazzi K3, Naylor J6,7, Harris IA6,7, Doran CM8, George J9, Wolfenden L2,10, Skelton E2, Bonevski B2.Author information1School of Medicine and Public Health, Faculty of Health and Medicine, University of Newcastle, 1 University Drive, Callaghan, NSW, 2308, Australia. Sam.McCrabb View the Read more…

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Substances as Self-Treatment for Cognitive Test Anxiety among Undergraduate Students.

Ne’Eman-Haviv V1, Bonny-Noach H1,2.Author information1a Department of Criminology, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities , Ariel University , Ariel , Israel.2b Board Member, Israeli Society of Addiction Medicine (ILSAM).Abstract This research investigates associations between cognitive test anxiety (CTA) and use of alcohol, tobacco, cannabis, and medical and non-medical prescription stimulants Read more…

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