While the rapid pace of life in the modern world has a significant impact on our sleep, research shows the great importance of quality and adequate sleep.
In recent years the use of cannabis has become legal in many countries of the world, and in Israel the use of cannabis is so high that 27% of the adult population Reported On the use of cannabis at least once in the past year.
Studies Have recently shown that cannabis use donates For normal sleep, but from studies others Suggests that it may be prolonged (or problematic) use of cannabis It is actually related For sleep disorders.
In order to examine the issue in depth, the University of Haifa is conducting a study in collaboration with Cannabis Magazine, which will examine how cannabis consumption affects sleep.
The study (here) Was conducted by Dr. Sharon Schnitman and Dr. Talia Green of the University of Haifa, who received approval from the Ethics Committee for the research.
The expected duration of the questionnaire is approximately 15. At the end of the survey participants are invited to participate in a larger study, which includes filling out short daily questionnaires (2-4 minutes).
Of the participants who complete all stages of the study, five vouchers will be drawn for 100 (each).
Participants are free to choose not to participate in the study, may not answer all questions in the questionnaire or some of them, and are free to discontinue their participation at any time.
The answers to the questionnaires will be used for research purposes only and will not be passed on to any other party. The identity of the participants shall be kept confidential by all those involved and involved in the research and shall not be published in any event.
To participate in the study click on This link.