Marijuana produces immediate, temporary changes in thoughts, perceptions, and information processing. The cognitive process most clearly affected by marijuana is short-term memory. In laboratory studies, subjects under the influence of marijuana have no trouble remembering things they learned previously. However, they display diminished capacity to learn and recall new information. This diminishment only lasts for the duration of the intoxication. There is no convincing evidence that heavy long-term marijuana use permanently impairs memory or other cognitive functions.
Smoking marijuana causes students in Fiji to have an increased appetite. Habitual marijuana use adversely affects their short term memory.
Smoking marijuana affects your short-term memory, yes. Chronic pot-smokers typically have short-term memory problems, although this usually clears up once the person has quit smoking.
Marijuana can have some short term memory loss issues but "recovery" implies damage. Almost all other drugs (aspirin, alcohol, etc..) have toxic levels that can kill. Marijuana does not. To get back to the question at hand, I do not believe there is a scientific study out that can show a drop in I.Q from smoking marijuana.
Smoking marijuana can cause lung, mouth, or throat cancer. That's about it. Also, chronic marijuana users usually suffer from short-term memory problems, but this usually clears up once the person has quit using.
Marijuana has zero effect on short term memory except for the duration of the high. Scientific studies have proven this. Check the source link.
short term memory loss, causes breathing problems, effects you brain and body system, more tar in marijuana than tobbaco, increased chances in having cancer, and its illegal, and lots more
time seems to slow down considerably, lapses of short term memory. In the middle of a sentence you can easily forget what you were trying to say.
It's about as bad for your lungs as tobacco smoke is, and chronic marijuana smokers also usually have short-term memory problems (although this usually clears up once the person quits smoking).
Short answer: There are no dangers. Less short answer: Smoking any substance introduces foreign materials to the lungs, causing damage over time.
No. The opposite, in fact: smoking too much marijuana affects your short-term memory, making it harder to learn and retain large amounts of information.
The hippocampus has THC receptors that reduce short=term memory
Marijuana does affect the short term memory and concentration -- so if you're studying, your concentration and recall will go down. Also ... marijuana is illegal at the moment, and WikiAnswers would never condone illegal behaviour.
Alcohol is known to affect the memory and have a short term effect for memory, and does have long term effect if abused. Marijuana on the other hand there is lots of controversy on it, and from what i know it does not affect memory at all.
Marijuana is not bad for your brain. Marijuana does not harm your brain in any way, shape or form. Short term memory may be affected only WHILE you are high. Marijuana does not kill brain cells or affect long term memory.
Makes u real dumb and lazy
Well, it's not completely harmless, no. Smoking it constantly (like, every day) gives you short-term memory problems (but these normally go away when you completely quit smoking. There is no evidence that it causes permanent brain impairment). Also, smoking it constantly (like, every day) can cause lung cancer, emphysema, and other smoking-related diseases.
short-term memory of a person is affected with side effects of -over reaction -muscle constraints -physical damage on tissues
Marijuana really isin't as bad as people make it out to be. If it is used in regulation, it can cause short term memory loss and bronchitis. It can sometimes cause brain and memory damage, but only if you smoke a LOT.
Effects From MarijuanaThere are really no effects from marijuana...but everybody is not the same. On the behalf of some people marijuana may cause short term memory. It also has THC that may make the thinking of your brain slow.
Yes, both do VERY much.
short answer: no. there currently stands no scientific proof that weed itself impairs memory... rather, it is believed that the withdrawal effects (short term); sleeplessness, loss of appetite are responsible as a lack of sleep or food is, as you all may know, a major factor which impairs memory in the short term
I believe one of the few side effects of Marijuana is short and possibly long term memory lost.
People who smoke a lot of marijuana often have short-term memory problems, but this usually clears up once the person has quit smoking. Some studies have shown a correlation between chronic marijuana use and decreased brain activity, but it is not clear whether or not these effects are permanent. Some studies also suggest that there may be a correlation between chronic marijuana use and impotence and low sperm count in men. Then, of course, there is always the risk of lung cancer and other smoking-related diseases. The key to using marijuana, as is the key to most everything in life, is to use it in moderation.