Marijuana is an illegal drug and it is the most commonly abused drug in the United States. It is a dry, shredded mix of the leaves, flowers, and stems of the plant called hemp cannabis sativa. It is an addictive drug, so people smoking it can become addicted to Marijuana.
Marijuana Addiction Advice
What are the specific behavioral changes that represent symptoms of Marijuana Addiction? The most common symptoms are:
Other symptoms that might appear are:
What effects does Marijuana Addiction have? People who are addicted to marijuana may experience problems with learning, memory, mood, and social behavior. This means that their daily activities usually are the first to suffer, which includes family, friends, school, and work. It has been shown by researchers that people abusing this are usually functioning at reduced intellectual levels all the time, as the impacts of marijuana on learning and memory are said to last for days, even weeks after the acute effects of the drug wears off.
If an addicted person tries to stop using this, the person in cause will face different withdrawal symptoms. Sometimes, these symptoms will make the person return to marijuana use. The main withdrawal symptoms of
How can Marijuana Addiction be treated? In order to be able to treat the addiction to this, like in any other addiction, the first step is that the addicted person acknowledges the problem and wishes to get help. There are more options that can help addicted people stop abusing marijuana and regain normal lives. The most successful and common options include:
Any person who is addicted to marijuana needs to find support in one of the following places:
Being supported and getting the professional care can help any addicted person stop abusing marijuana and live a normal and healthy life.
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