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Medical Cannabis for Chronic Pain

Illinois patients who have been diagnosed with chronic pain may choose to treat their associated symptoms with medical marijuana. Affecting nearly three million people in the United States each year, chronic pain is one of the most commonly diagnosed medical conditions. Patients who struggle with chronic pain continually experience extreme discomfort and pain throughout their bodies which can last for the duration of a few weeks, or months, to years in some severe cases. 

Many symptoms are affiliated with chronic pain, including persistent pain and discomfort - in the joints, muscles, bones, neck, face, and mouth - depression, anxiety, headaches, fatigue, and lack of sleep. While the depth and level of pain each individual with chronic pain experiences varies, medical cannabis use has been shown to alleviate both pain and sleeplessness associated with this incredibly painful condition. 

Chronic pain and medical marijuana research show that patients dealing with the diagnosis of chronic pain should choose sativa strains to medicate with if they need a jolt of energy and a mood boost. On the other hand, selecting indica strains for the treatment of chronic pain symptoms will be useful if patients are looking to improve pain in their joints, alleviate headaches, or improve the quality of their sleep. 

If you are an Illinois resident and have been diagnosed with chronic pain, you can obtain a medical marijuana card in the state of Illinois which will allow you to purchase medical cannabis for chronic pain symptoms. 

**Before using medical cannabis for chronic pain, you should consult your doctor to see if medical marijuana use is right for you. This information should not be considered medical advice for patients with chronic pain.

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