Almost Half of US MS Patients Use Cannabis for Nerve Pain, Sleep, Survey Reports

In a nationwide survey of cannabis-based therapy use among Americans with multiple sclerosis (MS), almost half of respondents endorsed such products, primarily for nerve-based pain and sleep disturbances, and the perceived benefits for sleep and pain were highly correlated.

The reported scores for perceived pain were generally worse among recent or current cannabis users, the results showed.

These findings identified gaps between community and clinical use and illustrated the need for studies that investigate the impact of cannabis therapies for chronic MS symptoms.

– Read the entire article at Mutiple Sclerosis News Today.

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