Introduction: The Effects of Smoking Weed on the Body
Smoking weed is the act of inhaling the smoke or vapors released by heating the flowers, leaves, or extracts of cannabis and releasing them through a pipe, bong or cigarette. Weed is also known as marijuana, pot and dope.
The effects of smoking weed on your body are different for everyone depending on how often you smoke and how much you smoke. The effects can range from euphoria to paranoia to increased appetite to increased creativity. Weed can also make it harder for people with anxiety to sleep and some people may experience a decrease in sex drive when they use marijuana.
How Smoking Weed Affects the Donation Process?
Smoking weed may not be the best thing to do when you are donating blood. Doctors have found that THC (the chemical in marijuana that gets you high) can affect the blood donation process. One of the main reasons is because THC can increase your heart rate, which will make it difficult for the donor to maintain a steady pressure.
What are the Side Effects of Plasma Donation After Smoking Weed?
The side effects of plasma donation after smoking weed are the same as those for any other kind of donation. However, it is important to note that if you are a smoker, you should not donate blood.
The side effects of plasma donation after smoking weed can include a headache and feeling lightheaded or dizzy.