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Spasms after smoking weed, neck discomfort. What should I do?

I believe I have pinched nerves in the neck . Thing is this started a while ago one random day whilst smoking weed. I had spasms & really couldn t function correctly, ended up in the hospital. I thought nothing of it until I started paying attention to my body while smoking. When I inhale it feels like the back & sides of my neck are being pulled inward. It s an interesting feeling..not to mention the chronic neck discomfort from my nerves. I m always rubbing my neck or worrying about it. I was hoping it d cease on it s on but it s not going anywhere. What should I do exactly?
Asked On : Sun, 12 Aug 2012
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Hey ...smoking weed cause dryness of throat and that cause stretching sensation in your throat...this one of the many side effect of weed.
There are no medication which can prevent it without stopping your only option currently available is abstinence from smoking ...
Take care
Answered: Tue, 14 Aug 2012
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