For those suffering from marijuana abuse, their experience when trying to quit can be similar to quitting other drugs. While the physical aspects of withdrawal are less severe than other drugs, many marijuana users can experience significant psychological symptoms that are associated with the withdrawal process. Some who quit using the drug may not experience withdrawal symptoms. Those that do may experience the following:
- Intense dreams
- Lack of hunger
- Abdominal pains
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You Can Experience Withdrawal from Pot
Marijuana abuse withdrawal symptoms can be uncomfortable, and many will use marijuana instead of enduring symptoms. It is imperative for those who are addicted to enter treatment at a Florida marijuana addiction treatment facility. While most addicts may not experience the sharp physical symptoms of withdrawal, our experienced treatment staff can use the detox process to perform a comprehensive evaluation. This can be used to diagnose any underlying co-occurring mental disorders in the client.
As each client becomes medically stable, they will shift to a more formal and intensive drug treatment. During this stage, clients will undergo a combination of individual and group therapy, life and coping skills education, and any holistic-based therapy options such as yoga and nutritional therapy. The individual treatment program considers the unique circumstances of each client. Furthermore, it can be modified as the client’s needs change during treatment.