The amotivational syndrome has been characterized by blunted feelings and drives, and detachment. Executive function’s attention and memory are impaired. It’s mainly associated with the long-term effects of marijuana use. The amotivational syndrome has been listed and considered as a probable adverse reaction of the SSRIs in treating clinical depression.
“Be careful when you start using marijuana. If you have been a long-term user, then you are more likely to have amotivational syndrome.”
“I advise you to consult a medical marijuana doctor for proper guidance in using cannabis. I’ve read from the concerned websites that long-term use of marijuana can lead to amotivational syndrome.”