Quitting Weed – If I Can Do it You Can Do It

Sooner or later nearly all weed smokers decide that it’s time to give quitting weed some serious thought. Smoking weed just isn’t what it used to be, in the beginning it was great wasn’t it? Getting stoned with friends in the summer, relaxing and just having fun. We all have good memories of smoking weed.

But now it has become something you do for the sake of doing, rather than smoking because you enjoy it.
So you have decide you want to quit. That’s cool, there are many benefits of quitting weed and I’m certain you will be happy once you have quit.

“But I CAN’T quit!”

Many people started smoking weed through friends. Just hanging out with them or trying weed the first time round a friend of a friends. It IS fun in the beginning so we continue smoking, not realizing that we are getting addicted. By the time you realize you are addicted to weed it’s too late. It has become our safety net, nothing else matters as long as there is have weed.

It has probably been a habit for some time now. Habits can be hard to break, and cutting down on weed until quitting has a low success rate. Although cutting down can ease the cravings, in the end your going to have to quit. That is what it comes down to.

The two most difficult parts of quitting weed are…

You must know how to handle your weed cravings. gras online kaufen As chilled as we are when we smoke, when we don’t have it even the little things can bother us. There are ways to reduce cravings, exercise is a great one. Even walking for thirty minutes will make you feel much better. Although a hobby would be much better, anything from martial arts to guitar lessons. Anything that is either mental or physical exercise, ideally both. There are also some ‘mental techniques’ that are very effective for battling cravings when quitting weed.

The other problem people have is getting used to feeling ‘normal.’ If we smoke weed at night, we still feel the effects the next day and to some extent a week later. It takes weeks to remove it from our system completely, which means we are used to feeling very ‘different’ to how we should. It takes a bit of getting used to, but once your used to feeling ‘normal’ you won’t want to smoke anymore.

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