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Tips to help with marijuana withdrawals

Discussion in 'Marijuana' started by Noah_brant, Jan 3, 2021.

  1. Noah_brant

    Noah_brant Member

    Hello my names Noah and I’m new to this website I’ve been smoking weed for years now on almost a daily basis for the past 3 and I’m trying to quit but I’m having terrible withdrawals ranging from
    Lost of appetite, not being able to sleep and terrible anxiety I tried quiting once before but after a week and a half of not being able to sleep and eat and I lost a substantial amount of weight in the time being I started again im just looking on tips or anything to help keep the withdrawals to a minimum or help eliminate I’ve read online about symptoms but can never find answers to get rid of thanks for anyone willing to answer this
  2. cowboyman

    cowboyman Member

    I have the same symptoms and I understand you perfectly
  3. Hi, Noah, nice to meet you! It seems that you have a strong addiction and, if you go to rehab, good specialists can help you deal with it. You know, a few years ago I smoked weed too often and I had health issues because of it. Fortunately, my friend insisted that I do a detox in rehab, and it has helped me get rid of my addiction. Now I take products with cannabis only for medical purposes and try to do it as rarely as possible. You can learn more information about popular cannabis edibles on the website, and maybe weed gummies will help improve your sleep and get rid of anxiety. Moreover, they can replace smoking for you -- at least, it has worked for me.
    Last edited: Mar 24, 2021
  4. mamaliga

    mamaliga Member

    Hey, Noah, don't be sad, you'll be fine! I had the same problem as you, bro. Hell, I didn't know what to do at all, I was up all night long, and this crazy anxiety and worry were driving me crazy! I went to the doctor out of helplessness because I couldn't go on like this. I had been to see him many times, but the point is that he told me: you shouldn't stop smoking pot right away. You should do it gradually. And damn it, he was right! He also advised me to buy a bubbler to cool my vapor. That way, I was doing more minor damage to my lungs. I smoked weed less often, and then I got rid of the habit altogether!
    Last edited: Jul 8, 2021
  5. CameronAlsop

    CameronAlsop Active Contributor

    Maybe you need a doctor's help with this. That will be much safer.
  6. CharlesClark

    CharlesClark Active Contributor

    A lot of people have problems like that, and a good thing is that you're trying to find help. You can get over this, and the best way to do it is to stop smoking weed. It won't be easy when you're so used to it, but you can do it if you try hard. You can also use other products like cbd gummies with melatonin, which will help you feel better. It's well known that CBD has great healing powers and that it's safer than smoking weed. I'm sure it will help you get over this rough patch, and it will also make you feel much better.
    Last edited: May 26, 2022