Sorry, but this is the dumbest damn thread I’ve ever read. I’ve been smoking for about six years now, the last three heavy, the last one and a half EXTREMELY heavy (at least once a day, every day, usually keeping it under 5 times.)
I recently stopped - and you know what happened?
Nothing! I was less high all the time.
Sounds like your mental dependence of marijuana is transcending into your physical lamentations - because there is no physical addiction. At all.
For sleep? Try melatonin. Marijuana releases plenty of it as well - so it’d be a smooth cross over.[/quote]
You sir, are lucky.
There is 4 pages of people going through the exact same things I am +more. Some of which were so bad they went to the hospital.
Here is study by Elena M. Kouri, Ph.D assistant professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School
One more study:
“In summary, several well-controlled inpatient studies repeatedly confirmed that abstinence effects such as irritability, weight loss, and sleep difficulty occur reliably. It is noteworthy that these studies controlled for potential confounders by using placebo conditions and excluding persons who abused other substances, had an active psychiatric disorder, or were taking psychoactive medication.”