What are some good ways to cope with the withdrawal effects of marijuana?
Your best bet is going to be STAY BUSY. You will notice an increase in your energy almost immediately, so you do have that on your side. Sitting around will make you think about it and most likely end with you falling off the wagon. So if you are serious take this increased energy and get out and do something. A world of difference it will make.
Keep exercising and drinking enough fluids a day. The path to withdrawing marijuana (or any drug) is a hard path, but it is worth it once you complete it.
Here are a few helpful tips:
- Tip: Keep a positive attitude, if you think negative most likely negative things will happen, however if you think positive most of the time positive things will happen.
- Tip: Take it one day at a time, one minute at a time.
Marijuana can increase your appetite - this can be a good think if you have cancer or some other disease that makes you not eat and lose weight until you are really unhealthy. In this case, you get a prescription from your doctor for marijuana pills, which have the good effects without the bad parts of smoking.
It depends on what you mean by "a good way." You mean, can marijuana be used to help save the world? Probably not. Or do you mean, can marijuana be used responsibly by adults, without causing harm or distress to the community, or society at large? Absolutely. Or do you mean, does marijuana have legitimate medical uses? That is a big question with no clear answer. Some say yes, others say no. More time may…
Marijuana produces no withdrawal symptoms no matter how heavy it is used. It is habit forming (psychologically addictive), but not physically addictive. The majority of people who quit marijuana don't even have to think twice about it. Comparing marijuana to addictive drugs is really quite silly. For a drug to be physically addictive, it must be reinforcing, produce withdrawal symptoms, and produce tolerance. Marijuana is reinforcing, because it feels good, but it does not do…
Since there are withdrawal side effects, it can be argued that it is addictive because it may be painful to stop taking it which in effect means that you are addicted to it in order to avoid the pain of withdrawal. Also, may be a psychological addiction - "the crutch" where people believe that they need it in order to feel good.
As all the experienced person has already stated that effects of grass starts from the brain & everything is all related with how you feel.Not 100 % but at least you can minimize the effects up to 60 % if you feel good after you are stoned.Please do not be sad for what you are not having but be happy for the things you are having.Try it .........
It can have the same effects of cigarettes, you are still inhaling toxins into your lungs. Though marijuana is not nearly as harmful as cigarettes that is probably the worst way it can physically harm you. Unless you get so high and try to drive a car and get in a wreck... your motor functions are never very good when smoking marijuana.