Symptoms of marijuana withdrawal

It is generally believed that Marijuana addiction doesn’t affect your psychological or physical state, but recent studies and interviews with subjects that have a history of periodic use of marijuana have showed a strong linkage of the detoxing period with symptoms such as: headache, insomnia, difficulty remembering, nightmares etc. Symptoms of marijuana withdrawal are not…

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The Myths And Facts About Marijuana Withdrawal

The human body is like a sponge when it comes to cannabis. THC gets stored in the fat cells of the body which takes quite a long time to flush out. What most people are concerned about is the withdrawal during the first few weeks of staying clean. It has now been studied and proven that marijuana withdrawal is a real thing.

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How To Tell If Someone Is Going Though Marijuana Withdrawal?

Contrary to popular belief quitting marijuana is neither easy nor non-symptomatic. Marijuana is highly addictive and adolescents are at the highest risk of developing addiction to marijuana. Marijuana withdrawal is real and the symptoms are quite similar to withdrawal from other drugs. This is mainly because of the THC found in marijuana which alters brain chemistry upon smoking. Low levels of THC in the body cause most of the symptoms which characterize withdrawal. This is an important part of detoxing which is essentially sweating out the stored THC in the body. The symptoms, stay for the first few days of the detoxing process.

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