A friend of mine convinced me to try marijuana 1 time. I do not use it, and did not use it previously. I had a severe reaction to it and my "high" was rather terrible feeling and lasted around 1 full day even after I went to sleep and woke up- but more concerning to me now is that since then I have been experiencing a brain fog that has persisted for around 2-3 weeks.
I am actually uncertain if I was like this before or if the marijuana use triggered a reaction. I know that my mind has been much more clear before. I have looked online and I might try magnesium supplements to address any metal imbalances in my system. And possibly Apple Cider Vinegar to address any possible bacteria/yeast. It is a little better if I sleep a full night. But my mind is not as clear as it used to be. My vision is suddenly fuzzier than it used to be, but I suspect it is due to my brain, not my eyes. I also seem to be less capable of seeing multiple things all at once- my focus doesn't 'scan' over my vision as much as it did before the incident with the marijuana. Right after the 'high' I could barely focus on things in smaller areas as far as reading or focusing goes- it is better than that now but a less severe(but still bothersome and uncomfortable) impairment seems to remain. This also feels like the same thing is effecting my general awareness of the space around me. Whereas my awareness used to be clearer, now it feels as though it is surrounded by a fuzz or a fog, I might even describe it as feeling 'seams' around my general awareness of space. I think it may have effected my memory slightly, but not to a very large degree. It is mostly just my present awareness that has been effected.
Are there any suggestions dealing with this specific case of brain fog that I might be able to use for a 'cure'? I am 22 years old, I do not do any drugs at all (except for the occasional social drinking) I couldn't believe that a single use of marijuana would have such a huge impact on my mental health. Much appreciation for any responses.