I have been smoking weed since I was about 15, I never smoked more then 2-3 blunts a day and that was only on special occasions like someone birthday or new years eve. I did most of my smoking from 15-19 and thats when I was smoking 3-4 times a week usually 1 blunt or several hits from my bowl. I am now 20 going on 21 and I may have smoked a total of 20 times since my last birthday Sept. 16th. I stopped a few times before for about 2-4 months and then started back again because of social reasons. I feel like it has slowed me down physically and some what mentally. I found myself forgetting things and having harder times with simple things for example the order I chose to do something. But when it came to more complicated things like writing an essay or my math homework I had no problem UNLESS I was completely high and wanted to sleep. I haven't smoked weed in about a week which was only a few hits from a joint. I also smoked other things like black and milds and a cigarette here and there too. I just wanna pretty much find out how long will it take my brain to return to a "normal" state and how long will it take my lungs to recover because I really miss playing Baseball and Basketball but I feel like I would suck if I started back playing right now in the current state my body is in. Also would it help my body recover quicker if I began to work out and drink nothing but water (I have already started to do this btw)
Thanks for reading I am open to any responses personal experiences excepted. (I'm not trying to bash anyone who smokes either so you don't have to comment about it)View Thread
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