A young Canadian woman’s vomiting due to marijuana that lasted for days led to her death 12:12

A 22-year-old Canadian woman experienced severe vomiting over several days due to marijuana use. According to reports, this led to heart rhythm disturbances and death. daily mail.

The girl started using marijuana at the age of 14. In the last six months of his life, he consulted a doctor six times due to severe vomiting attacks that lasted about a week. The patient was hospitalized after days of vomiting, which caused the potassium level in the blood to drop and the heartbeat to become irregular. He was resuscitated and doctors were able to restore heart function. However, due to lack of oxygen, the brain was severely damaged. Four days later, she was taken off life support.

Marijuana use desensitizes certain receptors in the brain and gastrointestinal tract. This leads to nausea and other digestive disorders. The patient’s genetics and the medications he was taking for anxiety and nausea contributed to his death due to an abnormal heartbeat.

Doctors noted that such deaths due to marijuana use are rare: the described case was the third in history.

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Source: Gazeta


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