Terminal illness is a descriptive term given to any medical condition that is likely to end a patient’s life within 6 months or less. This is not a stand-alone diagnosis but goes hand in hand with another serious medical condition.
A doctor will usually determine that a medical condition has become terminal when it can no longer be treated or controlled by traditional medicine. Without a treatment to help, a patient’s major organ systems will fail and cause death.
Once a patient’s illness is deemed terminal, they will usually start hospice care meaning that the patient will either enter a medical facility or work with a home health team dedicated to maximizing the quality of the patient’s final time.
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How Can Medical Marijuana Help Terminal Illness?
Terminally ill patients typically experience anxiety, depression, and extreme physical pain. Sometimes, they are unable to eat without debilitating nausea and struggle with chronic insomnia.
Medical marijuana offers a variety of powerful cannabinoids that can alleviate physical, mental and emotional symptoms. This powerful combination of physical and psychological relief can really help terminally ill patients to die with a sense of personal agency, dignity, and peace.
Medical marijuana can help target the specific symptoms that those with a terminal illness are dealing with. Below is a list of some of the symptoms medical marijuana treatment can help alleviate:
Depression & anxiety
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