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Cannabis & Insomnia - Studies on cannabis and sleep were first conducted in the 1970s [57], and showed low doses of THC increased deep sleep. However, this effect disappeared after repeated use and with higher doses. Recent research by [27] found that 47% of participants reported relief from insomnia. [58] found that 56% of CTP users in their study in California were using it to treat insomnia. When THC was stopped, a rebound effect in REM sleep was found with reduced sleep time and increased time to fall asleep. READ IN FULL HERE: https://open-access.imh.com.sg/bitstream/123456789/5182/1/9%20Cannabis%20in%20the%20Treatment%20of%20Mental%20Health.pdf
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