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How can i stop smoking weed?

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Asked: 2018-08-03 13:10:37
Besides the fact that I haven't lived without smoking weed for nearly 20 years, I want to stop. Can anyone explain to me how to stop smoking weed?


Answered: 2018-08-05 10:13:01

It makes me glad to know you are seeking out advice on how to break away from weed. Weed at first may not come across as life-altering for it is just a plant right? But as I'm sure you can atest for it takes a lot of things from our life that we would never expect.


Answered: 2018-08-28 18:55:54

You just stop, man. It sounds hard and look, the side effects of quitting weed cold turkey will make you want to smoke, just to feel less irritable, crabby and like something is missing out of your life, but soon you will begin to feel better, more normal, and just more healthy.


Answered: 2018-08-26 00:04:55

Get rid of anything you own that relates to smoking, such as bongs, ashtrays, bowls etc. If these are laying around, then theyll just be a reminder. Set a day, soon, like a week or two away, where youre going to stop, and stick to it. That can be your happy anniversary to yourself and every year you can look back at the benefits of quitting weed and celebrate.


Answered: 2018-08-25 11:40:45

People used to think weed wasnt addictive, but its simply not true. Weed has gotten stronger and its even more readily available in some states now. If you want to know what happens when you stop smoking weed sure, therell be some adjustment, but the benefits will outweigh any negatives. Not many people check into rehab for weed addiction, but you can and see if they run outpatient programs or narcotics anonymous meetings that can be very helpful in giving up.


Answered: 2018-08-04 17:06:17

It is possible that you could stop smoking weed on your own without any outside help. However, I am assuming you have already tried to do this, hence why you are asking for advice on the forum. If you need outside help there are several places to do and treatment options are endless especially if you have insurance.

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