Ok i been having some weird things happen to me for the past 3 months..
I started to get anxiety out of nowhere when i started smoking weed. But i have been smoking weed for like 4-5 years anyway so i dont know why that happened.
I went to the ER because it happened ever time i smoked, they did a blood test/culture and found nothing and told me it was nothing..
Then i got over the anxiety and i dont have it anymore.. but now i have these weird muscles cramps (not painful) randomly when i smoke and also when i DONT smoke..( when im nervous.
- When i get this "feeling" it feels like a certain part of my back will cramp use really tight, but never gets that far..just tensed muscles. - Also, when im in the cold it happens alot. For example right before i wrote this thread, i wanted to go to the local store to get a beer, but when i walked like 50 feet the middle of my back (felt like my spine) or muscle; go really tense and i had a bad feeling it would get worse if i stayed so i came back in.. - Also, when i get the "tense feeling" its mostly in different parts of my lower back in a focus area.
Its so weird.. now when i walk around i can always feel my lower back slightly tensed and certain parts have a tiny cramp (no pain) and its gone..
I know most of you are going to tell me to stop smoking.. but it also happened when i didnt smoke too.
I WILL stop smoking. So, if you have any other ideas of what it might be, please let me know.
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