How to stop smoking weed | Quitting marijuana.. Side effects & withdrawals of marijuana detox

How to stop smoking weed from someone who’s been smoking cannabis for 3 years but made some decisions to put financial and health goals first….Quitting mar…
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  1. Stacey Garcia
    29/01/2015 at 4:52 am Permalink

    So ive smoked weed for 11 years daily. I stopped for a couple months and it
    was F***ing hard i started again after getting a job, And now im trying to
    quit once again im on day one again and i am angry and just not having a
    good time i love weed one of my favorite things in the world, But i have my
    goal to find a career not a shitty job my current boss is a complete
    asshole and i cant deal with him anymore even while high he pisses me off
    thats saying alot so thank you for the video it did put stuff in
    perspective, but im gonna keep going not smoking, Thanks for the vid and
    good luck to others who are doing the same.

  2. Michael DeNotre
    29/01/2015 at 5:04 am Permalink

    Fat cells get saturated with thc, so after awhile, the weed isn’t as
    effective. It’s good to detox occasionally. Then when you back to the
    happy herb, it’ll be like when you first started smoking.

  3. Darrin Keith
    29/01/2015 at 6:00 am Permalink

    I agree that most Corporate America epitomizes Socialism. Where else can
    you go and hide, make good money and not work too hard? Oh…The
    government. I personally have a high performing sales team that is bonus
    based. It’s not self employment (best personal gain) but everyone on my
    team is fulfilled personally and financially. Bottom line, there shall be
    zero pot heads employed by me so long as I’m manager. Every pot head I grew
    up with is a loser. It’s the gateway drug. Best wishes to your health and
    business. Btw How much better would the creative juices been had you or
    they not’ taken drugs?

  4. Steven Vickery
    29/01/2015 at 6:47 am Permalink

    I’m going through this right now and as of 1am this morning I’m on day 4.
    For people to say withdrawals don’t exist is just absolutely absurd.

    I’ve had hot/cold sweats through out my day/night. My stomach tells me to
    eat, but my appetite simply tells me I’m not hungry. I just have these
    empty stomach pains and I have to force myself to eat. I can’t sleep but a
    couple hours a night. It’s pretty rough to stop cold turkey. Not only am I
    quitting for myself, I’m quitting to just be a sober me. I haven’t had the
    intense dreams that people talk about. Just the physical withdrawal
    symptoms. I hope they stop soon.

    I’m not against it nor will I take an active role in being against it.
    Casually it’s great, but I tend to take something casual thanks to my
    addictive personality and make it not so casual. It’s not easy to stop and
    I did enjoy it, but the naps in the middle of the day etc just doesn’t
    allow me to be what one would say completely productive for me.

    My question to you is how long did these withdrawal symptoms last? This is
    my second attempt at quitting and I’ve had the EXACT same symptoms as

  5. Rez Chai
    29/01/2015 at 7:24 am Permalink

    I smoked it since I was 18 im now 32 .. I quit few years back when I tried
    out for the armed forces .. when that didn’t work out i kind of went str8
    back, I however manage to stop smoking it for 12 weeks .. at the moment im
    really wanting a career and have decided to give it a break . so now after
    5 days of crazy dreams and sweating im finally in the clear it does feel
    great but i do miss it .. i think its important people seek to take control
    of it because if u don’t it can take over a lot of things in life 🙂 .. the
    turkey is real though so go easy on yourself.

  6. Tricosis
    29/01/2015 at 7:47 am Permalink

    Hey patrick, Just want to share a bit and ask but I have been smoking for
    3.5 years straight myself everyday, and i am on my 8th day of quit and
    deciding not to smoke anymore as i want to come clean on my life and
    conciousness, my withdrawals are a complete disaster, trouble sleeps, cold
    sweating at night, nightmares when sleeping, waking up feeling sluggishly
    TIRED, and having panic attacks and anxiety throughout the day, it is hard
    to sustain being normal, how did you cope with the withdrawals! please help

  7. mattchibi
    29/01/2015 at 8:02 am Permalink

    Just wanted to see how you were doing with all of this now and how long you
    quit for before you could control yourself and not smoke all the time. I
    started smoking almost 10 years ago and have been a chronic user (every
    day) for the past 6 years. I am 23 years old. I am on Day 4 of quitting,
    and like you said, if you have a supreme element of motivation, it really
    hasn’t been as hard as I had imagined. I also have some minor health
    problems, as well as a new job coming up so all of that has helped motivate
    me. Additionally, for anyone who is trying to quit and is reading this, I
    commend you for even considering quitting, and I suggest that making a
    slight change in your day-to-day lifestyle will really help. For me, I
    have cut out TV, video games and generally anything that I used to enjoy
    exclusively when high. Instead, I have been reading, educating myself,
    going to the gym, meditating and painting, but really it will be a
    completely different scenario for everyone. Your method and experience
    will most definitely not be the same as mine, but I wish you all the best.
    Hopefully we can all conquer our problems with self-control and be able to
    enjoy Cannabis as a once-in-a-while kind of thing in the future. Peace and
    love, youtube!

  8. Eric Argoni
    29/01/2015 at 8:17 am Permalink

    so i quit smoking (again) and ive done this before. i cant fucking stand
    the sleep problems it causes me! i wake up 2-3 times a night and my dreams
    are so real i dont know where i am when i wake up. im tired as FUCK all day
    long and i feel like im getting 0 rem sleep or something. anyone know a
    sleeping pill that will promote a deep sleep so i dont feel like ass all
    day for the next 2 months? prescription or over the counter, i dont care at
    this point. i have a physical job and we are timed so this is seriously
    affecting my life. help!

  9. Jansz101
    29/01/2015 at 8:19 am Permalink

    im 16 and ive been smoking for about 2 and a half years now (everyday). i
    havnt smoked in 4 days now which is the longest ive gone without for a very
    long time!!! and now im starting to feel some withdrawals….. not being
    able to sleep (AT ALL) loss of appetite, sweating like crazy, moodswings
    and just generally feeling uncomfortable! i was planning to smoke after 7
    days but after watching this im not sure if i will now… thanks man

  10. Ahmad Subhi
    29/01/2015 at 8:44 am Permalink

    My problem is I have no discipline. I want to be able to be one of those
    people that buys a gram, and forgets I have it two weeks later breaks it
    out. The glass jar people LOL 

  11. Darrin Keith
    29/01/2015 at 9:36 am Permalink

    Take it from a Manager, you need to pass a drug test and you better not
    have a record of any sort if you want a Job in Corporate America.
    Nowadays, if you have a drug problem it’s only a matter of time before
    you’re found out and then you’re fired. Once this happens, you’ll have a
    problem working for any major Corporation from that day forward. If you
    successfully get in again consider yourself lucky! Reason: I need you to
    drive a company car, travel, book a car rental and conduct business with
    Customers and Co-workers without issue. You need to be on your game 100%
    of the time. Unfortunately, I cannot hire you if you’re an addict or not
    in control of your life. Excessive drinking and drugs don’t mix because of
    Corporate Liability. The World is different now and Corporations get sued
    for just about anything. Sad to say, recently one of my counterparts had a
    candidate that was seconds away from a new 6-figure job only to find out he
    either didn’t pass a drug test or had a DUI; not sure because HR won’t tell
    us but we know there are only a few major reasons. It all boils down to
    “lying” on your application and/or drugs and DUI’s. This same guy that
    missed his job opportunity later called the hiring manager crying and
    begging us to reconsider. The gentleman said he was, “letting his wife and
    new baby down,” I can’t tell you how bad it makes us feel to say ‘NO’ but
    we cannot take chances with people that have poor history. There are far
    too many other candidates to piss around with a pot heads or drunks. Glad
    to see that you’re all turning your lives around. 

  12. Joe Kim
    29/01/2015 at 9:49 am Permalink

    its easy to differentiate between the stoners and people that dont smoke
    weed. stoners take it way too far and let their rage inside get the best of
    them which makes them lash out. its really sad actually. im speaking from
    experience unfortunately. im on day 18 of being clean and sober from
    smoking all day everyday for over 20 years. if you want to flush your true
    potential down the toilet….keep smoking weed. there are lots of people
    that are leaving comments here that have experimented with other stuff
    AFTER they started smoking weed but they will never admit it. im glad i got
    to read some of the hateful comments because it has helped me realize that
    im finally on the right path. for all you stoners that are fed up with your
    current lifestyle….watch the video “60 reasons to quit smoking weed”.
    good luck and god bless you all.

  13. Sneaky Gee
    29/01/2015 at 10:37 am Permalink

    You kept returning to the point of using it as a crutch. I think most
    stoners can relate to that. My life is fine, I have my health, friends,
    family, job, degree etc. My life is fine, but times I just know I shouldn’t
    be smoking so much. Did you ever find a happy medium?

  14. Lord Zug
    29/01/2015 at 11:00 am Permalink

    Keep your self busy, do something new and fun. 

  15. repojim
    29/01/2015 at 11:14 am Permalink

    Hey man I’m 3 days clean and feel better already I been smoking it for 18
    yrs so finding it hard. But Im doing it because I know it has a negative
    effects on me. Are you still clean?? 

  16. JermyyHD
    29/01/2015 at 12:07 pm Permalink

    I’m 16 been smoking every day since 13, I’m wanting to quit before
    September next year so I can become a better football player and athlete 

  17. Trollamollex
    29/01/2015 at 12:35 pm Permalink

    Wtf people, this is why you guys are retarded for using fucking joints and
    taking a million hits from a bong. Fuck, you and I know too well that pots
    best highs are like in the first 2 months. Once you use it regularly it is
    gone forever. 2-4 hits is a high as you’re going to get after that, just
    wait a bit in between the first three hits. Unless mix with other drugs.
    Either way, whenever I quit pot it wasn’t that my brain was fucked up, I
    HAD TOO MUCH ENERGY IT WAS A BENEFIT!!! Work out you smart asses lol.

  18. Darrin Keith
    29/01/2015 at 12:51 pm Permalink

    Yes…and Bill Gates too right. Problem is….you ain’t the Beatles and you
    ain’t Bill Gates. Not many people are. Say NO to Drugs. 

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