How do I stop smoking weed?
Asked: 2018-03-04 22:46:00
Made a deal with my partner and it requires that I stop smoking weed, how do I get on the ball with it?
Answered: 2018-03-19 04:28:33
You just have to have the willpower. If youre just going to give up cos its making problems in your life, you have to overcome it all, the wanting to smoke all the time etc. You have to realize that life will be better without it, that the benefits of smoking weed are just not all theyre talked up to be.
Answered: 2018-03-29 09:39:41
If you smoke cigarettes, or smoke weed mixed in with tobacco, then separate the two. Although what happens when you stop smoking weed is similar to giving up tobacco irritability, cravings, nicotine is far more addictive, so get that straight. Its hard to take yourself out of situations where people might have weed, so your sheer willpower will have to get you through.
Answered: 2018-03-05 09:53:56
Marijuana may not have the same reputation as things like heroin or crack cocaine, but it can still become psychologically addictive and take up a huge part of your life. You may need to restructure your daily activities to focus on something other than getting high.
Answered: 2018-04-03 18:15:29
Choose a day and stop. Sure, you might give in at a party or somewhere else, but that doesnt mean you have to go back right back to having it all the time. If youre wondering how to quit weed, then it probably means that you know youve developed a dependency.
Answered: 2018-03-05 15:21:55
You may also need to change your social circle in order to eliminate the temptation of drug use. Find something productive to distract you, and let friends and family know what’s going on.
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Answered: 2018-12-21 22:10:47
Don't be afraid to go to treatment for a marijuana addiction. There's a popular myth that says it's not addictive, however that's not true. It can be addictive, it's just not as addictive as other drugs. So if you try to quit, start by tapering down and then getting off. If that doesn't work, it might be time to consider a treatment program.
Answered: 2018-03-18 09:26:46