Marijuana withdrawal - need your help!!!!...
Hi, I could really use your help on this issue. I quit smoking weed 17 days ago, on March 26th because I had a massive panic attack! Since the very next day everything changed!! I had few more panic attacks, anxiety, bad memory, depression, fast heart rate, very strange dreams. The first 10 days were AWFULL everything seemed unreal and I had the feeling I was going to die. Thing is I only smoked 1,3 years and only the last 9 months almost every evening! So not as much as others I would say. I can sleep at night but still feeling restless. How long is it going to take until I feel normal again?
Researchers in the science and medical fields have proven time and time again that marijuana has no addictive properties. What you are experiencing is quite literally all in your head. Your body is not having withdrawals from the marijuana but rather to the act of smoking it. You need to find something to distract you or seek medical help for anxiety and depression. The reason it has increased is because the marijuana use was masking your symptoms. Depending on where you live, a doctor may actually suggest using marijuana rather then traditional medications if your symptoms are severe or the medication doesn't work as well as marijuana.
i'm going to be honest here. you are full of crap. anyone knows that when you quit smoking pot the withdrawals are pretty much non existent. i've been smoking for over 35 years and i've quit for months at a time and never once had any withdrawals. i'm not sure what you're trying to do but seriously, you sound foolish.
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