Marijuana Rehab

Detox in the Comfort of a Marijuana Rehab Center








Welcome to QuitWeedAndSucceed.com, an online community of ex-stoners who want to help you shake your habit for good. This resource has been developed to help you understand how weed has affected your life, make the decision to quit, and get over your cravings. You make the choice to quit weed… we give you the tools to succeed.

Marijuana Rehab Centers Provide Structure, Supervision and Support

While experts love to debate the existence of marijuana addiction in terms of chemical dependency, chronics who cannot quit on their own and see their lives negatively impacted just want help. Regardless of which side of the fence you sit on in the marijuana addiction debate, marijuana rehab exists and is the answer for thousands of people every day. Marijuana rehab centers are designed to help individuals overcome their dependence in a supportive, structured environment.

When you can’t see the light at the end of the tunnel, the skilled staff at reputable marijuana recovery centers can help reframe your life and give you the support you need. There is no good reason to continue on the downward spiral caused by long term excessive pot use. If you have been unabe to quit using the tools and techniques provided here, marijuana rehab may be the answer for you.

Here at QuitWeedandSucceed.com we hope to show you a range of options to help you change your life. While we are not affiliated with any organizations, we do recommend marijuana rehab to those that cannot quit on their own by following our guidelines, or through other methods.

What is Marijuana Rehab Treatment?

Marijuana rehab is supervised by treatment professionals who help you overcome your physical and psychological dependence on weed. During marijuana detox, you will stop smoking marijuana while under the care and supervision of professional treatment staff. These professionals are there to help you cope with the withdrawal symptoms from marijuana which can include:

  • Headaches
  • Irritability and mood swings
  • Loss of appetite
  • Depression and anxiety
  • Nausea

These symptoms, while not physically damaging, can actually feel very strong and uncomfortable. Generally speaking the individual will go through these withdrawal symptoms for several days during the detox process. None of the typical symptoms are life-threatening on their own, but often can lead to relapses and breaking away from the marijuana rehab program. It is especially important to be supervised during detox if you have other complicating psychological issues which may make marijuana detox more uncomfortable for you.

How Long Will it Take to Complete Marijuana Rehab?

Generally, most programs take about one to three months to complete. The amount of time spent at a marijuana rehab center will vary depending on the individual and the severity of their marijuana addiction. Beware of marijuana recovery programs that promise results in two to three weeks. In order for skilled marijuana rehab professionals to address all of the compounding factors that lead to addiction, the individual must go through detox, counseling and aftercare. Allowing enough time for each of these steps is crucial in order for the individual to leave the facility with a full recovery from marijuana addiction.

Why Is Marijuana Rehab Such an Important Life-Changing Choice?

As we have discussed already, long-term, heavy marijuana use can have a profoundly negative impact on the life of the user. Marijuana erodes an individual’s drive and motivation. For those whose interests, hobbies, relationships, and zest for life have been damaged because of marijuana abuse, the choice to enter a marijuana rehab center is the most positive one available. Excessive and prolonged marijuana use tends to turn many people into shells of their former selves, without the vitality and energy that everyone should enjoy as part of life.

Marijuana rehab can set you back on the right path, and begin to restore the vitality and energy that has been robbed by too many years of smoking pot. If you have a strong desire to quit weed, but have been unable to do it on your own, marijuana rehab centers can help you detox and return to your life better, stronger, faster… just like the Six Million Dollar Man, only for a lot less.

3 Comments

  1. Andrew Perkins September 25, 2014 3:27 am Reply

    Have been smoking for three years, made all county baseball was in college D2 baseball. Failed all my classes got kicked off team, dismissed from school,came home went to community college failed 3 semesters. I don’t see a problem with smoking. Have the best parents and childhood life. 21 now and my parents are always nagging me

    • QWAS Admin September 25, 2014 4:04 am Reply

      Hi Andrew, your parents are nagging you to quit? What are they worried about? Sounds like you have everything under control. Can they not see that? -QWAS Admin

  2. Abram G April 24, 2015 10:39 pm Reply

    Hey QWAS, your articles are great, and I seldom comment on these types of websites, but telling by the valid information you are presenting, I definitely could use your advice/help.

    I am 23 years old, and have been smoking pot for about 4 years now. I am graduating out of university for business and am currently operating my own business thanks to my studies. I smoke pot throughout the day (sadly), even while I am at work. I have an income of approximately $80K – $100K and marijuana is what keeps me out of stress to maintain the business..

    I do not watch movies or TV shows in my spare time but when i do get home after hanging out with friends i tend to play video games for hours! But i still meet with clients and close sales the next day.. I do not smoke cigarettes regularly (although i do occasionally). I go to the gym 4-5 times a week, and i even smoke pot before and after the gym.

    Several times I have tried to quit marijuana (because i no longer want to be dependent) and according to your “Reasons” to quit I do have a few concerns WHEN OFF MARIJUANA. Reclusivity, Uncontrollable Mood Swings (stress, slight depression, anger), Anxiety, and I can see a lack of care with my Loved ones and Family…. All of the other reasons do not apply.

    Do you have any advice for me??

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