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  • Yesterday, 12:06 PM
    Eroica
    Day 128. Feeling a bit better mentally today but still restless and bored. These past few days i havent had any insomnia though.
  • 09-17-2019, 03:32 PM
    Eroica
    Day 127. Feeling a lot of negative thoughts...theyre on endless replay. I thought ruminating on past actions by others would be over this stage of withdrawal but its not. Im just holding a lot of grudges...people I help who then treat me like crap. One day at a time.
  • 09-16-2019, 02:33 PM
    Eroica
    Day 126. Ive been getting a lot of headaches recently, especially during the evening. Its not due to allergies because antihistamines dont help. I really dont want to take ibuprofen every day. Maybe its PAWS? One day at a time.
  • 09-14-2019, 05:11 PM
    Eroica
    Hi unregistered! Good job on 11 days and congrats on being able to go 14 months without smoking. You sound like youre prepared with all the herbs relaxation techniques and supplements. Keep us updated.
  • 09-13-2019, 08:12 PM
    Unregistered

    some help what has work for me so far

    hi..would like to give some ideas that i believe are working for me so far and has made quitting pot a bit easier ...i am 29 i been smoking since i was 16 this is my 6th time quitting or 7th and the longest that i have been without it has been 14 months and every other time just left it for a couple of months and yes i promise you do go back to normal after about a year i believe at least for most people,, this was 5 years ago ..so you mite wonder why i went and picked up the habit again...well lets just say i went tru something and even tho i had no need for it it anymore i remembered how it used to numb pain so i did....and before i knew it i was back to my old ways ....NO GOOD..moral of the story is that we need to learn how to deal with life being our natural selves ...i was a heavy smoker wake and bake post wake and then bake some more.. 1oz+ a week kinda guy .. about 6 months ago i went vegan and i started to 'MEDITATE' from 1 to 3 minutes a day (my friend who went tru the same process advised it so what da hell i had nothing to loose ) at the beginning it was hard i couldn't keep my eyes closed i felt anxious but i wanted to create the habit just like i did with smoking so i kept on doing it, shortly after i cut down to only smoking after 5 pm i did this by setting all my task and keeping busy during the morning then i would reward myself in the afternoon, this gived me time to adapt to being sober a few hours during the day after about a month of doing that i quitted for 30 days, after that went back to it but i was only smoking 2 grams per week did this for 2 months i thought i could manage it but concentration was poor and some days i would wake up already thinking about smoking i felt it was creeping up so i decided to stop ...this was 11 days ago .... the worse symptoms for me in the past have always been insomnia, anxiety, depression and no motivation, the first 2 go away during the first 2 months, first week always being the worse of course.... now this time im happy to say that it has been a bit different first 2 days sucked but i manage to cope with meditation and i was able to get 6 hours of decent sleep at night thanks to 250 mg of Valerian Root with chamomile tea before bedtime also exercise and walks, to calm my nervous system i also take magnesium(which is essential for the body and a lot of foods lack of it now) at night after dinner and vitamin b12 in the morning after breakfast followed by a very yucky vegetable juice all this are really cheap and underrated but all natural, i have always been against the meds doctors prescribe ..the combination of all this mite help relieve some of those symptoms also i manage my cravings with 5 to 10 minute meditation sessions ....so there it is i hope this helps again im only on day 11 and its unreal how im feeling i really thought i would feel worse im glad i dont i mean i know i still got about 11 months to go i will try to update this every couple of days ....good luck to you guys !!!!!
  • 09-13-2019, 05:23 PM
    Eroica
    Hi guys.. Day 123 today. Not much to report today. My illness is wearing off but family is sick now so trying my best to take care of them while recovering myself. One day at a time.
  • 09-12-2019, 02:19 PM
    Cannabis Rehab Admin
    Oh and yes there was apparently some genetic predisposition for addiction. Although TBH no major shock there.
  • 09-11-2019, 09:58 PM
    Cannabis Rehab Admin
    I would just like to further add that IMO the promethease.com DNA database is especially good considering it's now totally free, which I think is absolutely amazing considering it's potential to help shed so much needed light on some of the rarest and hardest to diagnose areas and issues regarding health, medicine and diet, including knowing what you may want to adjust your lifestyle choices now in order to aviod potnetial issues further down the line, as I say you may need to be prepared for info which some may not want to know as unless you filter out the bad results (which you can do), it will tell you a complete picture of your genomic profile walts and all.

    That said if you are prepared to meet these realities head-on and for me, I found it was mostly stuff that was possible to significantly reduce the risk of with lifestyle changes then it does allow you to do exactly that. It even allows you to tailor design what dietary changes and supplements you may wish to adjust depending on your exact genetic needs so the potneitail to help people get healthier and live longer really is there. I am actually fidning it a great motivator in this area.
  • 09-11-2019, 12:58 PM
    Eroica
    Hi guys.. Day 121. I dont mind the ads at all. This site has given me so much support. Tbh i didnt even know clicking on the ads helps the site so i will start doing that! And ill check out the DNA sites too...a little scared at what ill found out though.
  • 09-11-2019, 12:52 PM
    Cannabis Rehab Admin
    Hey Alice,

    Hope you are well, yeah the ads are just to fund the site and kind of a necessary evil in this day and age in order to cover the costs of the project and hopefully if possible to continue to run/develop and maybe even expand, as many may already know to this date I have continued to run this project as essentially non profit as the little it's made I have always put back into it.

    As much as I am sure there may be some who believe otherwise this project hasn't really proved so far as having the potential to be a particularly profitable venture which could be down to my own lacking efforts in this area or maybe not, either way the time I am able to allow myself to spend on it compared to balancing numerous other commitments ATM is limited but I still like to keep it going as not everything in life is just about money and we all have to strike the right balance in our lives as we see fit and as best we can.

    However, I know many folks aren't always keen on ads which is understandable so I apologize for any inconvenience. We are just trying to balance that whole reality of operating in a physical matter-based world where things cost money while also trying to provide something that people find of help and support.

    All the best,
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