Marijuana Withdrawal Support
Have you decided to stop marijuana? Here is support for that journey. It may be easier than you think and it may be harder than you think but it will be well worth it. Your journey begins with you making a choice for you well being. On the other side, you will have more mental clarity, less anxiety, less depression and be able to remember your dreams. Providing a healthy environment for of your heart, lungs, and body. Can’t go wrong with this clear decision. Welcome!
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Symptoms Of Withdrawal
A person with a mild dependence on marijuana may experience minor physical and psychological discomfort, such as headaches or restlessness. Those with severe forms of marijuana addiction may endure more intense withdrawal symptoms, including sweating, fever, chills and hallucinations. Symptoms generally last two to three weeks and dissipate over time.
The most common marijuana withdrawal symptoms include:
- Mood changes
- Stomach pains
- Loss of appetite
“If someone smokes today’s high-potency marijuana daily, what happens if they stop? Fully 50 percent will suffer withdrawal symptoms. Sleep will be poor, appetite will decline and there might be vomiting or abdominal pain. A 17-year-old daily user recently told me, ‘I can’t sleep or eat at all unless I smoke.’ Anxiety and irritability increase. Some users experience muscle twitching or limb spasms…Most symptoms will clear in less than a week, but the experience is rough. Many heavy users resume smoking in mid-withdrawal.”
Aids For The First Month Of Quitting Marijuana
How to replace a habit? Given that marijuana use is hand to mouth a replacement for this habit can assist with the withdrawal process. Instead of reaching for a hit of marijuana, reach for homeopathic remedies that relieve the tension, stress and the anxiety at the moment.