Marijuana helps many people fall asleep, but that short-term benefit doesn't always translate to long-term use. A new study backs up the idea that you may not get a great night's sleep if you use cannabis every day, according to Lifehacker.
Research at the University of Michigan found that people who used marijuana every day were more likely to have insomnia. People who used it occasionally had a lower rate of insomnia, similar to people who did not use the drug at all.
“While there are still many questions to be answered, existing research suggests that the effects of cannabis on sleep may depend on many factors, including individual differences, cannabis concentrations and frequency of use,” says author Deirdre Conroy.
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