Test anxiety

Should I Get High Before Taking A Test?

The test taking process can often be harder than the material itself. Can cannabis relieve test anxiety?

Jul 14, 2016 - Christopher Teague

Our lives are one educational, performance or health test after another. School makes lives miserable by ranking us with arbitrary statistics based on our memory of minute details. College is even worse, with exams that can determine the rest of our lives by how well we do. It is no wonder that most people get test anxiety. But can you do well under pressure by using cannabis to take the edge off?

Cannabis and test anxiety

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With its widely hailed ability to help you relax, cannabis is great for taking the edge off everyday life. Patients suffering many forms of anxiety, depression, and even PTSD call it a miracle. It helps them go to sleep faster, have a full night’s rest, and wake refreshed. All of these are great for the night before the big exam.

Using it throughout the day in moderation can lift the weight of the world off your shoulders. It helps us relax and be the best versions of ourselves. Confident, funny, and caring.

Cannabis and memory

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One area that cannabis has come under scrutiny for is that of memory. By affecting the centers of the brain that process information, cannabis causes you to filter and discard irrelevant information. This can be great for focusing on a task when you get easily distracted. It isn’t so great if it makes you forget what someone just said five minutes ago.

Being totally baked when you go to take a test is probably a bad idea unless you have the right strain and dosage to keep from soaring off into space. Studying for a test with cannabis doesn’t automatically make you forget everything you read or hear while high. If you are paying attention, focused, and attach significance to it, you will remember it. If it just serves as meaningless background, who needs it anyway?

But if you find that the herb hits your focus out of whack for serious study, or makes it hard to recall dry facts under pressure, well don’t worry we found an all natural solution and it will change how the world handles test anxiety.

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Imagine having a discrete secret weapon you can whip out right before your exam and experience a strong, uplifting, clear-headed buzz without any anxious side effects. You’ll be able take on the worst bubble sheets and crush your test with a calm, concentrated mind without any fuzziness.

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