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Offtopic: I am noticing a delay to my sensation of touch when I wake up sometimes?


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  • Offtopic: I am noticing a delay to my sensation of touch when I wake up sometimes?

    I know you guys are not doctors, but just give me your opinion

    I am noticing a delay to my sensation of touch, and then the actual sensation is accompanied with "static." I'm a 17 year old dude.

    Its been happening since the first (And last) time I smoked weed almost a month ago.

    I smoked myself to sleep, so I got REEEEEEEEALLLY messed up, and its the same kinda feeling. This was the worst mistake of my life. I never want to get near the stuff again.

    I only get it sometimes when I wake up, if I go back to sleep or if I get around and eat or drink somthing it goes away.

    I also have GAD (General anxiety disorder).

    Do I have cancer? Or diabetes?

    I did tell my mom, she says its likely in my head and that weed does not stay in my system that long.

    EDIT: RIGHT after writing this it came back :/ There might be more truth to it being in my head than I thought..... But it feels so real, like I cant be making this happen.

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