Hi, i am 20 years old,
I smoked weed for the first time 7 days ago. i had also had a few beers. while i was sitting down i started to see dots. so i decided to go to the bathroom. as i stood up it felt like i lost all blood to my head. i went blind and my ears were ringing bad. i sat down i just concentrated on my breathing. this lasted for 1-2 minutes. i got back up and went back to my friends they were all fine and didn't have this problem. i don't have any heart problems or blood pressure problems.
It is now 7 days later and i still have a ringing in my ears. i asked an online doctor who said "The half life of some of the metabolites of marijuana is 20 hrs, however some of the break down products can have a half life of 10 to 13 days."
"The prolonged half life is the reason that you are still experiencing some of the symptoms."
i have also read that i need to get the THC out of my body by doing exercise as it is stored in the fat.
Although i don't feel this is the cause. feel like the cause was the lack of oxygen to my brain and the really loud ringing i experienced. I have read it could have been a minor traumer and i experienced a flight or fight reflex.
i have seen a doctor and he has done an assessment and i have no damage to my ear drums. but still 7 days later and i have ringing in my ears. i'm finding it hard to sleep and am becoming depressed.
please help with any information
I hope i haven't given my self Tinnitus.
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