An unbiased view on marijuana addiction, is it real and is it hard to quit marijuana if you’re addicted?
First off, two words don’t go together “marijuana dangerous”. It’s not likely to lead to violent behavior, it has no organ toxicity, it can’t cause on overdose. However, you can still have a marijuana problem. I know I had a problem with this substance which is why I decided to quit marijuana along with other substances I was addicted to and am now over 4 years clean. Marijuana addiction is a very real thing and quitting after frequent prolonged use can cause a marijuana withdrawal. The weed withdrawal’s intensity varies based on the individual, some get nothing at all while others can’t sleep or eat. When searching if marijuana’s addictive there’s a lot of the people who don’t suffer the addiction spreading blanket statements “it wasn’t addictive for me so it isn’t for everyone.” This is not true. It was very difficult for me to quit smoking marijuana as someone who quit using meth, if you’re struggling I hope this video lets you know you’re not alone. You can quit smoking weed by taking it one day at a time, I share my solution to quitting in other videos on my channel.
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How do I quit smoking weed? Pot is harmless?
Tommy Rosen, author of Recovery 2.0: Move Beyond Addiction and Upgrade Your Life and founder of r20.com brings you this “Protocol” – How to stop using marijuana.
This protocol explores short-term benefits marijuana and the long-term benefits of quitting.
This video is for anyone stuck in addiction, hoping to stop using marijuana, or for a family member looking to support a loved one.
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