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    hello there day 77

    hello ok im power through beside the Dr gave me Kalatpin and it was a nightmare to come off horrible withdrawal anyway doing ok still get butterflys in

    daveG Yesterday, 02:19 PM Go to last post

    Terrible Hot Flashes N Night Sweats After Quitting Weed!

    Ppl don't give up keep up the good work , I stopped last year 55 days but anyway this year again I decided to quit, my 1st week was horrible but before

    UnregisteredKydUk 05-24-2018, 11:51 PM Go to last post

    whats better to cut down gradually or stop straight off and go cold turkey

    Hi Unregistered,

    Sorry to read about your troubles. It definitley sounds like you want to leave the weed world behind you. And you have some pretty important reasons for doing it. You can do it but it will take some time to feel

    JWC 05-23-2018, 01:38 PM Go to last post

    my symptoms

    Hi all,

    its good to read everyones stories here and know im not the only one who gets withdrawal from weed! most of my friends dont, they quit cold turkey with no issues. Ive quit and started using many times over, and have ran a few experiments on myself to observe the symptoms I get when Im using regularly, and when I quit.

    When using regularly (daily), the following were my worst side effects. Note, it took me a while to pin these symptoms on weed, partly because some take days to manifest; and partly because I didnt want weed to be the cause:

    -Poor sleep. Weed helps you get to sleep; and the first few nights you use it, you get a great nights sleep. But after a few nights, your brain depends on weed for sleep; and your sleep changes (you stop dreaming, for example). Eventually, I cant get to sleep without weed, and if I wake up after <8hrs, I have to toke up again to get back to sleep. And the more you smoke, the worse the problem gets. When I was using concentrates, I would wake up every 3 hours and have to smoke to get back to sleep.

    -Erectile dysfunction. Again, I am certain this has to do with smoking before bed. REM sleep is critical for regulating testosterone; so its logical that weed affects REM and could cause ED. It takes me 2-3 nights of smoking weed for me to start having problems; but they are noticeable: Dramatically decreased sex drive and ED. And dear god, when I stop smoking...days 2-4 Im horny as ****.

    -Groggy feeling This could be tied in with poor sleep; but there is a distinct groggyness that comes with heavy cannabis use.

    Now for the withdrawal symptoms. Im currently on day 7 of cold turkey; after tapering down for the 7 days prior to that.

    1. Insomnia. Starts day 2, continues for 3-5 days.

    The trick Ive found to preventing insomnia is by smoking the first few days you quit (this was my "taper" period); day 1 smoke 1hr before sleep, day 2 1.5hrs before, day 3 2 hrs before, etc. The goal is to get your brain to sleep sober, but using the tail end of your high to allow you to fall asleep. This made the first few days of this recovery infinitely easier than others (but its taking longer). Once your brain has slept sober for a few nights, it should be easier to get to sleep.

    The insomnia was way worse when I was smoking oils, compared to smoking mj; partly because the high from oils lasts 4-5hrs compared to 2-3 for weed (thats most of the night your brain will sleep high!)

    1.5. Poor sleep Starts day 2, continues for 3-8 days.
    Labeling 1.5 as it is related to insomnia. Even after tapering off, I still cant get a full nights sleep for at least a week.

    2. Cloudy Brain . Starts day 2, continues for 7-8 days

    Thinking is...hard. My brain just despises critical thinking when recovering; even forming sentences seems an arduous task. My brain feels sluggish, like I haven't slept in 2 days. Memory and recalling things is difficult.

    3. Headaches Starts day 2, continues for 4-7 days, peaks on days 5-7.

    The headache is always very distinct. In the temples, and above the eyes.
    One bizarre thing about weed withdrawal is that if I shake my head left/right really fast (like signalling "no"), the back of my head instantly starts hurting. Thats a sure way I can differentiate this from other causes.
    Another strange thing about the weed withdrawal headache is that it gets really bad if I exercise. Everyone says to workout when detoxing; I really am not able to.

    4. Facial pressure Starts day 3, continues for 4-7 days, peaks on days 5-7.
    This feels exactly like really bad sinus pressure. I feel pressure above my eyes, on my ear canals, and lymph nodes.
    Once, not knowing it was from withdrawal, I actually got a MRI. There wasnt even any mucous causing the pressure. Very strange. It seems areas of the face get sore on their own.

    5. Sore muscles Starts day 2, continues for 4-7
    I get sore legs and fingers from the time I wake up until I sleep. The soreness is typically mild though. But again, this is another reason I can not exercise when detoxing; my muscles just dont recover!

    6. Anxiety Starts day 2, continues for 3-5, peaks day 4
    Some people get terrible anxiety; I only get moderate anxiety which I am able to deal with. I can easily see how others could get panic attacks.
    It just makes evverything I do seem harder than it really is, which is taxing on your mental health.

    7. Depression Starts day 2, peaks day 3-4
    Its hard to tell you're depressed; but I do find myself feeling sad over nothing while detoxing (similar to a mild mdma comedown).

    8. Night sweats
    I sleep with a towel.

    9. Cold fingers and toes Starts day 2, peaks day 5-6
    This is really annoying

    10. NauseaStarts day 2, peaks day 2-3
    I usually only get bad nausea if I was smoking oils. The severe insomnia also makes the nausea even worse.

    The thing that has the biggest effect on how severe these symptoms are is how much you smoke. I used to smoke weed, and Id only have (1) and (3); and mild at that. Since I started using oils, I get all 9 of these bad boys; and (1)-(4) are

    hundredwatt 05-23-2018, 02:00 AM Go to last post

    Quitting after thirty years

    Sauna and steam usually helps with sweaty patches plus helps u detox a lot quucker

    Unregistered 05-22-2018, 11:49 PM Go to last post

    Really need some reassurance

    And thank you! It's great to see a post like this and I am really happy for you! I wish others would return, like you did mke1, and post their successful exits from

    Hyzer29 05-22-2018, 04:08 PM Go to last post

    Really need some reassurance

    Glad you are doing well, mke1!

    I'm doing much better, thanks!


    JWC 05-22-2018, 12:49 PM Go to last post

    Stopping weed

    Hi i been useing weed on and off for 20 years now and really want to quit as its costing me a fortune i work hard and spend most of my money on weed i

    Unregistered 05-22-2018, 12:46 PM Go to last post

    another option

    My daughter experienced dissociative depersonalization disorder after trying a sucker from a roommate at school. She did not know it was a thc sucker.

    Unregistered 05-21-2018, 11:14 PM Go to last post

    Really need some reassurance

    Hi JWC

    I hope you are well and are now back on track!

    I didn't post any more on my situation due to me not seeing any more replies so I just thought I'd leave it lol had the thought to come back on and check

    mke1 05-21-2018, 02:51 PM Go to last post

    Slogging through Misery - Quitter's Journal

    Greetings peoples,

    Happy May, such as it is.

    Well, that job went bust. Yeah. Apparently the work load slowed down and they let go of the temps/contractors. I don't know if I was the only one to get the ax, but either way the whole thing sucks. They didn't

    BustedWagon 05-21-2018, 11:18 AM Go to last post

    Marijuana withdrawal Upset Stomach Aches

    Hi Iggy,

    Congratulations on quitting!

    Yup, digestive issues after quitting are real. We have cannabinoid receptors in our digestive tract so cannabis affects this part of our

    JWC 05-20-2018, 01:30 PM Go to last post

    Did you lose weight when you quit smoking pot?

    Hi Inovake

    Congratulations on quitting!

    I have lost about 25 pounds since I quit on January 1. I had pretty much zero appetite for the first month. I would nibble at stuff at mealtime. It

    JWC 05-20-2018, 01:18 PM Go to last post

    Marijuana withdrawal Upset Stomach Aches

    Congrats on stopping. Hang in there, Iggy. Your Dr gave you a good reply. Although there are not tons of research and studies behind it, marijuana withdrawal is recognized more and more by health care groups

    Hyzer29 05-19-2018, 11:24 AM Go to last post

    Bloating and gas

    Thanks so much for this post guys, I’m only 34 and smoked everyday for 20yrs, I recently quit cold turkey and have been having really bad stomach issues,

    Iggy 05-18-2018, 08:12 PM Go to last post
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