What does intense training with a positive narcotism result have to do?

Regular physical activity is one of the important factors to keep health and figure in good shape. Research carried out by scientists from the University of Sydney indicates that for marijuana users, intensive training can lead to a … positive result of THC testing in the body, even if they did not come into contact with the drug on a given day! In practice, it can carry a number of adverse consequences such as the loss of driving licenses, and sometimes also to even more serious consequences! Where does this strange relationship come from? 

Official reports indicate that cannabis smoking is widespread among young people. Every fourth teenager admit to regular grass smoking, and it is estimated that the scale of the phenomenon is in fact much bigger. While you can speculate on whether the occasional burn-out of a joint carries any health risk, it is certain that driving vehicles in a state of intoxication can contribute to a greater risk of causing an accident and also exposes you to legal consequences.

According to art. 178a of the Penal Code, “who, being in a state of intoxication or under the influence of a narcotic, drives a motor vehicle in land, water or air traffic, subject to a fine, imprisonment or imprisonment of up to two years. So it is clear that who smoked – should not get in the proverbial circle, because he risks health and life of his and others, and at least exposes himself to the loss of driving license. The police have gadgets called narcotestine, which allow you to quickly check if the driver is under the influence of intoxicants 


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