Are you having increased stress due to COVID-19? Read on to see how Medical Cannabis can help.
We are living in unprecedented times. The new reality of the coronavirus has definitely increased people’s stress levels. Increases in stress can exacerbate many ailments. People’s anxiety and insomnia can worsen. Migraines and seizures can occur more frequently. People suffering from chronic pain can have their pain intensify.
Medical Cannabis can help all these conditions!
Whole plant cannabis can help you get a good night’s sleep and can reduce anxiety levels as well.
If you suffer from migraines or seizures, cannabis can reduce their frequency of occurrence.
Whole plant cannabis can also be instrumental in targeting chronic pain, thereby helping people lower their dosages of opioid medications.
Now, more than ever it is very important to maintain a healthy diet, exercise regularly and try to get enough sleep
I try always to look at the positives in life and even this situation has given us something positive to focus on. We have a greater opportunity at this time to work on our personal relationships and connect with those closest to us.
To learn more about how Medical Cannabis can help you personally, please call me for an appointment so that we can discuss how together we can dramatically improve your quality of life.
Dr. Kurzman combines experience in family medicine and preventive care with a deep understanding of the unique therapeutic qualities of medical cannabis in his role as a general practitioner.
Growing up in New York with a fascination for biology and a passion for helping others, Dr. Kurzman’s dream was to be a doctor. To this day, his favorite part of the job is spending time with his patients, fostering the personal connections with them that ensure they get the best care possible.
Dr. Kurzman’s dream of a career in medicine took him to Haifa, Israel, where he received his medical degree from the Technion Israel Institute of Technology. After completing his residency in family medicine at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences AHEC-SW program in Texarkana, Arkansas, the globe-trotting Dr. Kurzman brought his experience to California.