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Stretching when you're high

Discussion in 'Apprentice Marijuana Consumption' started by Regus, Mar 15, 2012.

  1. Whenever I'm sitting at my my computer, I tend to stretch out my arms and back by leaning over the back of the chair. When I do this high, as I lean forward again, I get a big head rush and intense feelings of movement. Like I'm flying forward at the speed of light. It only happens when it's a really big stretch, the ones where your muscles start to quiver. Does this happen to anyone else?
     
  2. There's been a lot of strange threads like this lately. What's going on?
     
  3. idk about that but stretching feels amazing for a few hours after i smoke.
     
  4. Yeah I get that. I also get a head rush when siting down for a long time and then standing up real quick.
     

  5. Have you ever stood up after watching a movie and felt dizzy? Same concept, it's not weird
     
  6. Yes, that's normal. But I'm saying that there's been a lot of threads like this today, where people have been asking about strange feelings and hallucinations and such.
     
  7. lol, and it's not even 4:20 yet where I'm at.
     
  8. I know the feeling. It's just because the blood rushes to your head suddenly and makes you a little lightheaded, same thing happens if you stand up quickly. But stretching feels amazing after smoking, you can feel every muscle in your body just relax.
     
  9. I have notices sense i have been on this forum that related threads come in clusters for some reason. I wouldn't worry about it to much.
     
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