• Alcohol is worse that marijuana?

    Best answer: The answer to this SHOULD be 'in what way?' But I think alcohol is worse than marijuana in MANY ways. Just about every way. You can's poison yourself with marijuana. People actually die from 'alcohol poisoning'. You can't smoke yourself into gross ataxia, passing out, not being able to... show more
    Best answer: The answer to this SHOULD be 'in what way?'

    But I think alcohol is worse than marijuana in MANY ways. Just about every way.

    You can's poison yourself with marijuana. People actually die from 'alcohol poisoning'.

    You can't smoke yourself into gross ataxia, passing out, not being able to remember what happened. Really you can only get so high no matter how much you smoke (within reason).

    Pot has never been shown to cause permanent physical damage to the body. It doesn't threaten the liver, the heart, etc.

    Some people get angry and even violent when they drink. I've seen this myself. They get into fights in bars. They abuse their wives and kids. I've never seen anyone get ugly on pot.

    Marijuana is NOT PHYSICALLY ADDICTIVE. It's 'habit forming', like brushing your teeth every night, but just stopping 'cold turkey' is not actually physically dangerous, as it is with some drugs. You don't need 'rehab'. Some people use weed, as some use alcohol, to run away from their problems. And weed doesn't really do that any better than alcohol, but at least weed itself doesn't BECOME the problem, as alcohol does.

    Alcohol kills. Excessive alcohol consumption is responsible for 1 in 10 deaths among working-age adults! The only way you'd die from weed abuse is if a truckload of the stuff fell on you.

    https://www.cdc.gov/alcohol/fact-sheets/...
    24 answers · 1 day ago
  • Cant fall asleep I've literally tried everything. What are some methods to fall asleep fast?

    Best answer: Put the phone and computer away at least 30 minutes before going to bed. Reading is relaxing and helps to "shut down" the brain. When you do lay down to sleep if you are still awake after 30 minutes get up and read some more. Do not eat for at least 2 hours before bed. If it's is noisy at all where... show more
    Best answer: Put the phone and computer away at least 30 minutes before going to bed. Reading is relaxing and helps to "shut down" the brain. When you do lay down to sleep if you are still awake after 30 minutes get up and read some more. Do not eat for at least 2 hours before bed. If it's is noisy at all where you live earplugs can help- they work wonders for me. I've gone through this also so I know it's frustrating. Good luck.
    9 answers · 1 day ago
  • Is it a good idea to tale bath in Clorox?

    6 answers · 10 hours ago
  • Why do many believe pharma ads like the "Jardiance" commercials as their only choice?

    Instead of seeking alternatives, like lifestyle changes, diet changes and non-pharmaceutical alternatives? Notice how the ads portray that life is great after you take their pill....then you are happy to enjoy work, family, retirement...........What the.......
    Instead of seeking alternatives, like lifestyle changes, diet changes and non-pharmaceutical alternatives? Notice how the ads portray that life is great after you take their pill....then you are happy to enjoy work, family, retirement...........What the.......
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • What's worse, having an anal polyp or listening to a feminist trying to act like she understands what she's talking about?

    At least an anal polyp goes away when you cream it.
    At least an anal polyp goes away when you cream it.
    5 answers · 1 day ago
  • Sudden nausea when falling asleep?

    The last 4 years I experience an intense wave of nausea when I'm falling asleep. Every single night. It comes all of a sudden, no matter what I did before, what I ate before, where I'm sleeping, or what position I'm lying in. When I open my eyes, it is gone as quickly as it came - just to happen again... show more
    The last 4 years I experience an intense wave of nausea when I'm falling asleep. Every single night. It comes all of a sudden, no matter what I did before, what I ate before, where I'm sleeping, or what position I'm lying in. When I open my eyes, it is gone as quickly as it came - just to happen again when I'm on the verge of falling asleep. Since it repeats over and over again, it sometimes takes up to 5 hours until I really fall asleep. No doctor I visited has ever heard of this problem before and no medication has an effect on it. I'm desperate and I can't handle this anymore. It destroys my life. If anyone experiences this too and has an idea WHAT it is - please tell me.
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • What is up with me?

    I have six swollen lymph nodes. All on the head, neck and in the armpits. I've had them since last april. The biggest one is about the size of a quarter. This accompanies me being so so tired all the time, I sweat so badly when I sleep to where I have to change and rinse my face. In the past two months I've... show more
    I have six swollen lymph nodes. All on the head, neck and in the armpits. I've had them since last april. The biggest one is about the size of a quarter. This accompanies me being so so tired all the time, I sweat so badly when I sleep to where I have to change and rinse my face. In the past two months I've had two stomach bugs and a sinus infection. I made an appt with the doc for a second time to address this. Last time I went was last april, I got a cbc and all that came up was that I'm anemic and had a virus. I took iron pills for months after that, got another blood test and was told im no longer anemic. Should I ask her about my thyroid? I just need to talk about it to calm my worries
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • Can cigerette buds cause a fire?

    Before anyone says anything, I’ve made the decision to stop smoking indoors as I’m aware of the dangers. For a while I’ve been smoking cigarettes out my window (I live in the top bedroom of my house). I’ve been smoking out my window for a while and have been putting them in a hole out my window (nothing damage... show more
    Before anyone says anything, I’ve made the decision to stop smoking indoors as I’m aware of the dangers. For a while I’ve been smoking cigarettes out my window (I live in the top bedroom of my house). I’ve been smoking out my window for a while and have been putting them in a hole out my window (nothing damage has ever been caused). I’ve just smoked another cigarette and made sure it was completely out before placing it in the hole outside my window. However I’m still feeling insecure, is there a chance this can cause a fire even though this has always been safe in the past and I made sure the cigerette was completely out?
    7 answers · 3 days ago
  • My partner keeps waking me up?

    My partner has a really bad habit of waking me up in the night if she wants water, or food, or - last night for example - to plug in her e-cigarette. I love her to pieces but it's driving me mad as I'm getting really broken sleep. She also makes loud moaning noises if she can't sleep or wants... show more
    My partner has a really bad habit of waking me up in the night if she wants water, or food, or - last night for example - to plug in her e-cigarette. I love her to pieces but it's driving me mad as I'm getting really broken sleep. She also makes loud moaning noises if she can't sleep or wants something. How do I approach the situation sensitively, or am I over reacting??
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is obesity linked to depression by chance?

    Best answer: Yes, several research have shown that obese people have a higher incidence of mental health problems such as depression,anxiety,poor self esteem than non obese people. A reasonable conclusion is that obesity should predict depression.
    Best answer: Yes, several research have shown that obese people have a higher incidence of mental health problems such as depression,anxiety,poor self esteem than non obese people. A reasonable conclusion is that obesity should predict depression.
    28 answers · 1 week ago
  • How can I wake up and get out of bed?

    When my alarm goes I always go back to sleep
    When my alarm goes I always go back to sleep
    9 answers · 1 week ago
  • If there's a fire at someone's home and they have an autistic child what should the firefighters do to safely get the child out of the house?

    Best answer: Make the child as comfortable and calm as they can. Autistic children are more prone to stress/panic/meltdowns than the average child
    Best answer: Make the child as comfortable and calm as they can. Autistic children are more prone to stress/panic/meltdowns than the average child
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is it rude to tell your aging parents they need hearing aids? it's so frustrating repeating myself every other sentence?

    Best answer: I'd say it's the way you say things that count. I could tell that my dad was missing out on conversations and that made me sad. So that he could be included in conversation, I suggested that he visited an audiologist. The audiologist told him that he needed a hearing aid and so we got one. He doesn't... show more
    Best answer: I'd say it's the way you say things that count. I could tell that my dad was missing out on conversations and that made me sad. So that he could be included in conversation, I suggested that he visited an audiologist. The audiologist told him that he needed a hearing aid and so we got one. He doesn't wear it all of the time (it's not the same as a real ear), but now he knows that he is hard is hearing. I find lowering the pitch of my voice and speaking a little louder does the trick when he's not wearing them. When we have company or go out I always remind him to put them in. It's hard getting old, so we must choose our words carefully to make it easier for our parents to accept their limitations.
    5 answers · 5 days ago