A new study published in the American Journal of Medicine has revealed that marijuana use is associated with lower resting heart rate.

Researchers from the United States and Switzerland explored the association between cannabis exposure and heart rate in a large cohort of middle-aged adults. 

The team of scientists determined that cumulative exposure to cannabis use was not associated with heart rate. Even more, the study found that subjects who occasionally consumed marijuana, which they defined as at least five times per month, exhibited a lower resting heart rate than those who were non-users.

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