Informed High - Becoming Informed about Cannabis

About me

I am not a medical professional offering health advice. I am an academic, geek, and a stoner that has struggled with anxiety, depression, and pain. I will be sharing my experiences about me and my knowledge, not handing out medical advice. That is why each post will end with this statement:

DISCLAIMER: The content on this website is not intended to substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek professional medical assistance with any questions you may have regarding your health. Never disregard medical advice or postpone seeking medical help due to any content on this website.

 

 

About me

 

Education and Professional Experience

I have spent the last decade learning about the human body and mind. I began in fitness as a personal trainer, becoming educated as a Registered Massage Therapist, finishing my bachelors of health science and not enrolled in a Master’s in Counselling Psychology. My professional interests have focused on the topic of chronic pain and mental health. My personal experiences with cannabis have guided me throughout this decade as well.

Expertise and Interests

Combining my expertise and interests, I will be writing about Cannabis and getting high, along with the mental health and physical concerns like anxiety, depression, and chronic pain. I am not trying to write for individuals with specific mental health disorders (like Major Depressive Disorder). I advise everyone to seek out professional medical assistance for problem areas in your life. This blog will focus on everyday presentations of these symptoms. Anxiety, depression, and pain are universal human experiences with which we all experience.

Personal Sharing

Beyond my academic, lifestyle, and instructional posts, I plan on sharing my personal experiences with Cannabis and Mental Health concerns.

 

 

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