Cannabis sativa e sua influência na capacidade de inteligência de seus usuários

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.23882/rmd.22073

Palavras-chave:

Cannabis Sativa, maconha, Inteligência, Memória, Sistema Nervoso

Resumo

Popularmente conhecida como maconha ou marijuana, Cannabis sativa apresenta compostos que podem ser utilizados como terapêuticos e substâncias que afetam o sistema nervoso e, devido a tal fato, é classificada como uma droga ilícita. A principal substância psicoativa da cannabis demonstra enorme influência no cérebro, o THC atinge o sistema nervoso central, reconhece receptores no local, se liga e essa ação é responsável por seus efeitos. Assim, o objetivo do presente estudo é compreender se indivíduos que fazem o uso recreativo da Cannabis sativa podem ser afetados na diminuição da inteligência e, portanto, parte-se de uma revisão de literatura, realizada por meio das seguintes bases de dados: SciELO, PubMed PsycINFO e Science Direct. Com o uso crônico da substância é possível desenvolver alguns efeitos maléficos na atenção, na função cognitiva, memória operacional e tais efeitos em conjunto dificultam o aprendizado do indivíduo.

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Publicado

2021-12-04

Como Citar

Agrela Rodrigues, F. de A. (2021). Cannabis sativa e sua influência na capacidade de inteligência de seus usuários. RevistaMultidisciplinar, 4(1), 15–25. https://doi.org/10.23882/rmd.22073