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    If you feel yourself or a loved one are in need of professional medical based rehab for either marijuana use or any other drug dependence or co-occurring mental disorder then please feel free to consult our rehab center referral directory. Our directory listings cover every state in North America and include information such as the type of treatment offered, official accreditation and any specialization each individual rehab service provider may offer as many specialize in their own unique fields and in providing their own custom services. Every provider can vary significantly so make sure you research any perspective recovery center thoroughly and that they meet your own unique individual needs.

    Choosing the right provider can very often mean the difference between success or failure as an adolescent teen can have such extremely different needs to a mature individual or a person suffering from a comorbid mental health related issue and therefore can be in need of a completely different type of therapy and treatment program.

    You wouldn’t want your brain operated on by a heart surgeon or vice versa and the same is as true for drug addiction treatment, just as with any other type of medical treatment one size definitely does not fit all. Always research as thoroughly as you can beforehand what kind of treatment provider is going to meet your needs, make sure you do your background research both online and off and call and question a number of different providers.

    Good providers will be happy to talk to you in-depth about the exact nature of the treatment plan they offer and answer any questions you may have. While time is always a factor when it comes to saving yourself or a loved one from addiction, never rush into going with a drug rehab provider that you lack faith in or don’t feel comfortable with, we hope you find our referral directory a useful place to start.

     

    For further assistance with finding a reputable and accredited Rehab Service Provider in the USA you can also call the US Government’s FREE SAMHSA’s National Helpline on 1-800-662-HELP (4357)

     

    Good luck with your search,

     

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    Unregistered

    Quitting after 22 years of on and off use, mostly on.

    Wish me luck. I think it's for good this time. I've quite a dozen times before. Sometimes for a year, other times only a few weeks.

    I think the biggest problem I have is

    Unregistered 07-14-2021, 03:06 PM Go to last post
    toahealthylife86

    Yes. Happens to me too!

    It has happened to me every time I've quit. It starts in the 4th week after quit. Mine is much more intense in the knees, so intense that one of my knees

    toahealthylife86 07-12-2021, 04:34 AM Go to last post
    Clockworker2000

    cold turkey, constant second thoughts... coffee and marijuana

    Hello friends -- This is my first post on this site. About 1 month ago, I quit both coffee and marijuana. I had been a regular user of both for 5+ years, those habits cemented once my daughter was born and I was struggling with being a new parent. I was convinced these substances gave me "energy" to push through various monotonous

    Clockworker2000 07-08-2021, 05:39 PM Go to last post
    gateway loiterer

    Brain fog after 8 months?

    Hi - I was a smoker for 25 years and quit 14 months ago. I felt the effects for about a year, and still have memory lapses I'm convinced are from my previous

    gateway loiterer 07-08-2021, 09:06 AM Go to last post
    gateway loiterer

    Struggling to stop...

    Hi withdub -
    I was a habitual smoker for close to 25 years and quit 14 months ago. Cold turkey but it was hell and not recommended unless necessary. I suggest

    gateway loiterer 07-08-2021, 09:02 AM Go to last post
    Unregistered

    Brain fog after 8 months?

    I've been completely clean for 8 months now but throughout the entire journey I have felt nothing but Brian fog. At first I thought it was anxiety medication

    Unregistered 06-29-2021, 04:07 PM Go to last post
    withdub

    Struggling to stop...

    I've been a smoker since I was a teenager, I'm 28 now. I really wanna stop because I see how my substance abuse is a constant excuse for me not to do things. I end up staying in bed all day smoking.

    withdub 06-29-2021, 04:32 AM Go to last post
    Unregistered

    Re: Physical symptoms for 2 months

    Thc binds to fat cells. You don't have to be oveweight we all have some fat,but if you are it possibly could take longer. Also heavy users are known to take

    Unregistered 06-22-2021, 06:12 PM Go to last post
    Unregistered

    Re:Neuropathy

    You probably thought of this already but have you been tested for Diabetes? I'm type2 and had similar symptoms when I was diagnosed. After I got my blood sugar under control

    Unregistered 06-21-2021, 01:03 AM Go to last post
    Unregistered

    Cold tukey

    I'm going cold tukey too after many heavy use years. No fun at all. Headaches, dizzy, unbalanced,night sweats, insomnia,anger totally weird stuff I never get.

    Unregistered 06-16-2021, 12:15 AM Go to last post
    Unregistered

    Re:angry in the morning

    Yes,me too. Edgey & pissed off for no reason.
    Apparently, it will go away EVENTUALLY. Timeframe as usual is "we're all different"

    Unregistered 06-15-2021, 11:23 PM Go to last post
    Unregistered

    I'm an addict

    Yes I am. Yes I am. Yes I am.
    I repeated this many times.. then started my journey.
    After 30yrs of heavy use I'm never going back. 👍
    I promised this to myself

    Unregistered 06-15-2021, 10:52 PM Go to last post
    Unregistered

    Harder than I thought

    This is freakin tough! Gave up cigs this is worse. 25+yrs steady burner..last 5 yrs vaping.
    Thanks to all for sharing..it's REALLY helped me going thru this.

    Unregistered 06-15-2021, 09:55 PM Go to last post
    Unregistered

    Ginger tea for upset stomach

    We all seem to get upset stomach some worse than others. My cramps were terrible.
    If you can handle ginger root this works like magic.. (even if you can't give it a go

    Unregistered 06-15-2021, 12:43 PM Go to last post
    Unregistered

    Slowly getting better after 7 days of quitting.

    Good morning! Long time user here..grew my own very potent bc bud all the time so always had good stash. No limit so dawn to dusk and then some. Never stopped before.

    Today on day

    Unregistered 06-15-2021, 11:56 AM Go to last post
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