A new American study revealed that people who smoke marijuana, and who are vaccinated with corona vaccines, may be more likely to contract the coronavirus after vaccination, and researchers said that those who suffer from substance use disorder – that is, dependence on marijuana, alcohol, cocaine, opiates, tobacco and all kinds of narcotics – They were more likely to be infected with the Corona virus after receiving both vaccinations, according to the New York Post and Newsweek magazine.
The study, which was published in the journal World PsychologyThose with substance use disorder experienced a rate of 7% of sudden injuries after vaccination, compared to a rate of 3.6% in people who did not use drugs.
The study, led by researchers at the US National Institute on Drug Abuse, found (NIDA), which is part of the National Institutes of Health, found that 7.8% of people with substance use disorder were at increased risk of infection.
The researchers said that patients with cannabis use disorder, who were younger and had fewer comorbidities than other subtypes of substance use disorders, were more likely to develop post-vaccination infections even after they were matched for negative socioeconomic determinants of health and medical conditions with other people. Non drug addicts.
Additional variables, such as behavioral factors or the harmful effects of cannabis on lung function and the immune system, could contribute to the increased risk of infection in this group.