I’ve never smoked marijuana and never will.

Here’s why:
Did you know that smoking weed can cause breathing problems, such as chronic bronchitis and lung infections?

It's not just cigarettes that damage your lungs.
Research shows that marijuana use can lead to a decrease in motivation, memory impairment, and difficulty concentrating.

It can also cause anxiety and paranoia.
Contrary to popular belief, marijuana use can lead to addiction, which can impact both physical and mental health.

It can also lead to financial and social issues.
Too much marijuana use can cause an impaired memory and cognitive function.

Put simply, this means short-term memory, attention span decrease, and a struggle with the ability to process information.
Your driving is also affected from smoking weed.

Research shows that from using Marijuana you are increasing your risk of an accident or DUI.

You are not only putting yourself at risk but others on the road too.
There’s a lot of financial strain and legal issues that come with Marijuana too.

Regular marijuana use can be expensive, leading difficulty paying bills or meeting other obligations.

Marijuana use remains illegal in many parts of the word and can lead to prison time.
It's essential to weigh the potential negative effects of weed against the short-term benefits.

Is it worth risking your long-term health and well-being for a temporary high?
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