According to Neuroimaging and Cognitive Neuroscience article published by Elsevier, two things draw a line between cannabis use, addiction and the mind set up of the cerebrum which is reward based on its use.
The research has put more light on the effects of weed to the mind. It further clarifies the different addictions from different users.
University of Bonn, Germany and University of Electronic Science and Technology of China scientists used cerebrum imaging that showed neural movements when pictures related to marijuana use were shown to the users.
The examination room research on cannabis users showed how overwhelming cannabis can be. Most of the users showed signs of addiction to the substance. There was an overstated reaction from ward and non-subordinate cannabis users in their cerebrum area.
Surprisingly, the needy users also showed higher reactions in the dorsal striatum, which is the mind area are responsible for tendencies.
The mind can be changed by how you use cannabis with time, that is according to the research. Nonetheless, these researches are not progressive as they might seem and that leaves a chance for discussion on how to overcome addictive use.
Moreover, the changes in the mind set up can lead to addiction, which elevates ongoing use. This can further draw the picture on how addiction can prevail in case the user is not provided with the substance. The acquisition of the rewards to the users has also been studied and the real reaction of the users brain image shows how the user reacts without the reward they anticipated.
Similarly, subordinate clients had an alluded reaction in different parts of the cerebrum. The signals when someone thinks of using cannabis can always push someone to look for it hence getting addicted to using marijuana.