Cravings this hurdle we all face when we decide to quit smoking weed. I believe that it’s not the act of smoking that you crave, it is the mental state that goes along with getting high when you smoke. Many people who try to quit smoking weed after a period of heavy use, are surprised by the strength of the cravings they feel. Cravings can control you behavior. You may find yourself calling your dealer, or going to doing activities that are likely to expose you to it, even though you have decided to quit. It is different for everybody. Some people constantly think about pot, some people go out of their way to get it, and some people cave in to the withdrawal symptoms after a couple of days of insomnia and anxiety.
Some people experience intense anxiety and panic attacks when they are going through withdrawal. I wanted to share some what people have experience and how they describe it.
It’s scary to talk about marijuana detoxification. People try to avoid that subject like a plague. However, detoxification sure does sound better than winding up in Axis Residential Treatment for a drug
This blog post is about how to avoid relapsing on weed once you have quit. If you've been smoking for years, keeping quit and not picking your habit back up can
Marijuana detox symptoms are something people don’t really like to talk about very much. When I first started writing about withdrawal, it wasn't a common topic but the response that
The short answer is yes. The longer answer includes an answer to the question: "But withdrawal usually means there is an addiction to the drug. And marijuana isn't addictive or dangerous
Weed withdrawal symptoms can make the process of quitting more difficult. A recent study at the University of Illinois in Champain showed that people who have weed withdrawal symptoms relapse
Help for Stress Smokers A lot of people who are looking for help quit weed are stress-smokers. A stress smoker is a person who primarily smokes to relieve stress so
The relationship between marijuana and anxiety is complex to say the least. Visit any online cannabis forum and you’ll find countless threads about people experiencing anxiety and panic after smoking