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Chapter 1 - What To Expect When You Quit Marijuana!
Changing any habit that we do daily is a challenge for most people and to
quit marijuana is no different. When you decide to quit smoking pot, there
are a number of things you may want to consider ahead of time, so that your
not thrown off guard when they come up. From having realistic expectations of
quitting, understanding the temporary withdrawal symptoms, the most common
times that relapses occur, and how many attempts most successful ex-weed
smokers endure before reaching success. This article will discuss these four
main events that occur and give suggestions that can help improve the rate of
success dramatically. The first step is making your plan.
When people decide that its time to quit smoking cannabis, it is important to
remember that quitting isn't easy. It's important that when you make a plan
that you have realistic expectation of quitting marijuana. It may not be easy
but its not impossible either. Just this year alone over one million
Americans quit smoking weed and now you will be one of them. Make your plan
as realistic as possible and understand what symptoms you will encounter.
There are a number of withdrawal symptoms that every quitter of pot must
face. But what is more important to understand is that withdrawal symptoms
are temporary and will fade away with time. In fact, typically they will only
last one or two weeks before they disappear . After one or two months you
develop momentum, and reach the point where you decide to never smoke another
marijuana joint again. Knowing how long to expect withdrawal symptoms is one
thing, but knowing about common relapse times is critical too.