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Treating Spasticity with Medical Marijuana in Ohio

What is the definition of spasticity?

Spasticity is a neurological condition that affects muscle control. Patients often complain of tight or stiff muscles, as well as an inability to manipulate them adequately, according to WebMD. Hyperactive reflexes, which occur when a person’s reflexes last longer than they should, are another typical sign.

Spasticity is caused by an imbalance of impulses sent to the muscles from the brain and spinal cord. Spasticity is a common symptom of cerebral palsy, stroke victims, spinal cord injuries, and multiple sclerosis patients. Spasticity is a qualifying diagnosis for a Florida Medical Marijuana card, fortunately. Contact an experienced Medical Marijuana doctor now if you or a loved one has been diagnosed with spasticity or another qualifying condition for medical marijuana in Ohio.

Spasticity Symptoms

Spasticity symptoms include, but are not limited to:

  • Overactive Reflexes
  • Unintentional movement
  • Spasms
  • Pain
  • Reduced mobility
  • Motor function is impaired
  • Constipation
  • Fever on a regular basis
  • Awkward posture
  • Constant contraction of a muscle or tendon
  • Internal deformities of the bones or joints
  • Anxiety

Medical Marijuana and Spasticity

One trial on patients with multiple sclerosis and spasticity, undertaken by the UK MS Research Group, showed great potential in reducing spasticity in those patients. Cannabis and its constituents, including as THC and CBD, interact with the endocannabinoid system in the body, reducing pain, inflammation, and even slowing the progression of the disease by preserving nerves from degradation.

In addition to easing some of the discomfort associated with spasticity, medical cannabis has been demonstrated to help with the psychological effects of the condition by reducing anxiety and depression symptoms.

Cannabis’s Side Effects on Spasticity

Changes in the following areas may occur as a result of marijuana use:

  • Paranoia
  • Sleep
  • Fatigue
  • Memory
  • Appetite
  • Mood
  • Reaction Time

Nearby Medical Marijuana Doctors in Ohio

Any patient with a qualifying condition can acquire a prescription for cannabis therapy from a registered medical marijuana doctor under Ohio’s medical marijuana statute. If you have spasticity, TruReleaf MD can assess if you are qualified to use medical marijuana as part of your treatment plan. To see if you are eligible for a medicinal marijuana registration card, contact TruReleaf MD and fill out our online eligibility survey.

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