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Research Article

The Consumption of Cannabis by Fibromyalgia Patients in Israel

Table 3

Impact of cannabis on medical and nonmedical parameters.

ParameterResults (%)

(i) No. of patients reporting pain relief due to cannabis303/323 (94)
(ii) No. of patients reporting better quality of sleep281/302 (93)
(iii) No. of patients reporting improvement of depression172/202 (85)
(iv) No. of patients reporting improvement of anxiety122/235 (62)
(v) No. of patients reporting improving of daily activity237/291 (81)
(vi) Patients reporting sports activity prior to cannabis89/309 (32)
(vii) Patients reporting sport activity under cannabis129/301 (43)
(viii) Patients report on work
 Working full-time job under cannabis152/323(47)
 Partial time55/323 (17)
 Not working at all116/323 (36)
(ix) No. of patients driving under cannabis
 As usual233/323 (72)
 Not at all29/323 (9)
 I don’t drive at all61/323 (19)
(x) No. of patients with social security disability146/374 (39)
(xi) Percent of disability51.3±29.7, 0-100
(xii) No. of patients who informed family members about cannabis use
 Yes214/323 (66)
 Partially74/323 (23)

mean± SD, range.
No. = number.

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