A common myth among marijuana users is that quitting will not lead to any withdrawal symptoms or side effects. However, in truth, many people who quit marijuana do suffer from withdrawal symptoms.
Perhaps one of the biggest tropes associated with marijuana is that it makes you relax, chill out, and feel “at peace” with the world around you. That may be true, but this
On this page, we set out a number of resources, tools, and techniques based on the current scientific consensus that you can use to assist you with quitting or cutting down on
Research shows that maintaining “positive relationships” and protecting “oneself from the influences of negative relationships” is a crucial contributor to continued sobriety (Petterson et al., 2019).https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6410387/ Despite this, meeting new people and
If you are or were a common user of cannabis, you may have trouble sleeping in the early stages of quitting or taking a tolerance break, especially if you’ve previously been using
Life without weed can feel hard, especially if you’ve only stopped using it recently. You now have hours upon hours of time at your disposal to do anything you want and you could be feeling great – but instead, you’re bored and feeling empty? Here are 7 tips for overcoming boredom without weed.