Marijuana Addiction Treatment

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Marijuana is an addictive substance. Many people mistakenly believe that marijuana is safe. Marijuana is a mild hallucinogen derived from the cannabis plant. The flowers and leaves are smoked to provide euphoria and relaxation for its users.

Women who start smoking marijuana in their teens have an increased risk of developing a marijuana use disorder than older women. Marijuana use disorder can lead to marijuana addiction.

Marijuana Addiction

Signs Of Marijuana Dependence

If you use marijuana on a regular basis and are experiencing any of these signs – you could be facing a potential marijuana addiction:

  • Frequent mood swings
  • Cravings
  • Irritability
  • Sleep difficulties
  • Restlessness

The point at which dependence crosses the line to full-blown addiction is when marijuana users cannot stop using the drug even though it interferes with their life.

For instance, if you have gotten a minor drug offense due to a routine traffic stop – it is likely that random drug screens will be required as part of your legal stipulations. If you have to provide urine samples for any reason, be it for employment or legal reasons – and you cannot stop using marijuana, this could point to an addiction.

It is a controversial subject over whether or not marijuana is a “gateway drug.” Gateway implying that marijuana use leads to other illegal substances. It has been our experience, through treating countless women and helping them recover that marijuana is typically the first drug experienced.

Many recovering addicts attribute marijuana use for the reason they were comfortable trying other substances. If they were not hooked on marijuana in the first place, they possibly would not have tried harder drugs.

Marijuana rehab is a great choice for the treatment of marijuana addiction. Our facility specializes in helping women overcome marijuana addiction.

The first step is to make sure you are comfortable throughout the withdrawal period. Our marijuana withdrawal treatment professionals are educated about what you can expect during the withdrawal phase of stopping marijuana use.

Yes, marijuana withdrawal is real. At New Creation Treatment for marijuana, we do not believe in allowing anyone to face this time alone. We will take every step to ensure you are medically safe and comfortable.

Some common withdrawal symptoms are:

  • Feeling depressed or anxious
  • Insomnia
  • Irritable
  • Low appetite
  • Stomach pain
  • Sweating
  • Shaking
  • Fever
  • Chills
“We all have life storms, and when we get the rough times and we recover from them, we should celebrate that we got through it. No matter how bad it may seem, there's always something beautiful that you can find.” - Mattie Stepanek

Marijuana withdrawal can feel like the common cold. People who attempt to quit at home have a higher chance of returning to the drug to solve these feelings.

Our marijuana addiction treatment has a better plan for you! We want to help you live a life free from all drugs and mind-altering substances. Our goal is to show you how to recover from marijuana addiction and how to stay that way!

Marijuana abuse treatment at our rehab takes a look at the whole picture. Our leading experts in the field of addiction will work with you to form a treatment plan that is unique. Recovery is not a “one size fits all”. Her House respects the individuality of all of our clients.

Give our marijuana rehab center a phone call if you think you could have a problem with marijuana. Marijuana addiction treatment centers can help you learn how to live successfully without the aid of marijuana.

Speak to someone on our caring staff today about marijuana addiction.

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