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Exercising Curbs Marijuana Use and Cravings

by Dr. Trupti Shirole on March 12, 2011 at 6:12 PM
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 Exercising Curbs Marijuana Use and Cravings

Exercising can curb marijuana cravings and use. This new research has been conducted by the Vanderbilt University Medical Centre.

Researchers studied a group of people who were dependant on cannabis and did not want treatment to help them give up this habit. They found that a 10-30minutes of exercising on the treadmill over a period of 2-weeks helped curb the craving for the use of cannabis by almost 50%. This study is of great importance since presently there is no way to treat cannabis dependence.

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