Hello. JR Smith here and I am going to talk about the effects of weed and how I used the quite weed guide to help take back control of my life. There is nothing wrong with responsible adults smoking Marijuana, but it can be a problem if you become addicted.
You often hear that “marijuana is not addictive”. And you believed it for some time now right? But now your thinking twice about it?
This is what I was going through and what you’re going through right now:
But Maybe this is a conspiracy theory right? Maybe this is because the government is trying to stop people from smoking weed?
If that's the case then, have a look at it this way:
But it’s a problem that can be solved and trying this guide that I have used.
My mission is to help you quit smoking weed
I'm not a doctor or addiction professional, I'm just a regular guy who was once addicted to weed and who had a mother addicted to even harder drugs. I hope my blog will help you out. I'm going to write about how I tried this guide out and how it helped me quit my addiction to weed. But I'll also talk about the different approaches to quitting weed and why the self - guided program I have tried actually worked for me after years of smoking weed.
I'm not against Marijuana and I think it should be legalized, but I do not want to break the law and I want to help people that are addicted to smoking weed.
There will also be some links to free resources and ebooks on how to quit the bad habit. In honesty, some of the things I talk about may also give me referrals. It's up to you, I'm not gonna push anything on to you.
Good luck my friend and I Hope you can enjoy a better life without Weed.
What are the options to quit weed?
You've probably already tried this and it didn't work, that is why your ended up here. Its obvious that the longer you’ve smoked weed, will power by itself will not work and its because of this: physical and psychological withdrawal symptoms.
THC is stored in your body’s fat cells and is slowly released back into the bloodstream which means you’re still getting small doses of THC days or even weeks after your last smoke. For some of you, this just means you feel like “something is missing” and you crave the full effect. For others, your body rebels with intense cravings and unbearable side effects. Either way, this is the main reason will power does not work.
Checking into a rehabilitation clinic requires a serious financial and time commitment. The rest of your life goes on hold in rehab but for good reason if you have a life threatening addiction to alcohol or to hard drugs like cocaine, methamphetamine and heroin.
Rehab is not necessary in order to stop smoking. Marijuana is not on the life threatening level of harder drugs and chronic marijuana users, while they impair their potential, still get through daily life reasonably well. In the case of weed, rehab is an option when all else fails.
Seeking help from a physician for marijuana dependence ought to be a viable solution but unfortunately it can be a mixed bag. Marijuana dependence is still a relatively misunderstood concept even in the medical profession.
Some doctors will be understanding and may offer a pharmaceutical solution of some sort even though there is currently no FDA approved drug specifically for marijuana dependence (apparently some are being tested). The most enlightened doctors will also most likely recommend some sort of counseling.
Just be aware that there are still plenty of old school doctors out there who might not take you seriously and think you are nuts, which could lead to unnecessary prescription drugs. My Ex GF had this issue and these guys kept giving her anti depressants. Its a crazy cycle and I saw right through it.
Psychotherapy (talk therapy) from a psychiatrist, psychologist, or licensed clinical social worker is a really good way to deal with dependence or addition issues. A counselor can help you sort out all sorts of life’s problems and oftentimes it’s the underlying issues that cause one to become dependent on a substance.
However, like rehab, counseling requires a significant time and monetary commitment (or really good health insurance). Also, counselors, like doctors, have varying opinions on marijuana dependence. Just be aware of this when choosing a therapist.
Marijuana Anonymous (12-Step Meetings)
Marijuana Anonymous has lots of information on weed dependence and their strategy has proven beneficial for some people. They operate pretty much the same way as Alcoholics Anonymous which means they emphasize doing a 12-step program.
Like most other 12-step programs, there is a bit of a religious aspect to it. They also have online 12-step meetings and an online forum.
The problem with the Twelve Step approach is that it has come under fire in recent years for having only a 5-10% success rate. In other words, it’s kind of outdated and apparently ineffective for the majority of people.
Now, let’s say you’ve tried will power and it hasn’t worked and none of the other options above sound appealing. There is an alternative option:
An Online Self-Guided Program to Quitting Weed
I used this guide to help me quit smoking weed after 10 + years of smoking. Here's why it helped me:
It gives you the opportunity to quit weed:
Question is, should you continue investing in weed or INVEST IN YOURSELF? Its up to you. I made the call and it has worked very well for me. This is your choice to make. Make the right one.
It cannot be said how good it feels to be alive, attentive and going places with my life! This guide even helped with my job performance, earning me a raise at work!
So, if you want to check it out mate, here it is: