For those who started smoking after college, did you notice any changes in your performance/productivity at work? Or to your general health?
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- New TinyGirlmorePositive short term, in low and infrequent doses. Negative when done too often like 3 or more times a week.
I haven’t smoked weed in 4 months and I am much more productive and focused now.
But on the other hand, I wouldn’t have made it through 2017 as well without it. I had a rough year and weed made me relax.
For food, sex, music, cuddling - weed is still great for once a week! Everyone have different experiences.
I didn’t answer the poll because the options are not very good.
- Zendesk tangerine8I smoke on a daily basis and so so many of my colleagues. I tend to slow down and reflect more when I’m high on marijuana, so I believe it’s helped me think deeply and reflect on my day. I’m also not the type to get lazy when I smoke, so i still get what i need to get done, done.
But for every productive stoner, I know about 10 others that should not be smoking regularly, as it makes them lazy and unmotivated.
I find that those that are more fast paced and high strung, it may be helpful to smoke regularly, but for those that are naturally more chill and tend to take their time, it might not be very good for them.
All in all, it’s very subjective. Might be good for some, not so good for others.