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Finding Accountability to End Marijuana Use

Finding Accountability to End Marijuana Use

When you are addicted to marijuana, you do not think clearly. Your expectations for yourself go down, those around you no longer find you reliable and you may begin to spiral into a more complex addiction. Your thoughts are clouded by your use, and you may be unable to truly understand...

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The Danger of Thinking You Can Use Marijuana Just One More Time

The Danger of Thinking You Can Use Marijuana Just One More Time

Marijuana has been in the news lately because several states have passed legislation to legalize its usage under certain circumstances. This has led many people to believe that using marijuana does not lead to side effects or addiction. You might even think it’s safe to use marijuana...

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How Marijuana Affects Your Eating Habits and Appetite

How Marijuana Affects Your Eating Habits and Appetite

Per the 2011 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, more than 18 million regular users make marijuana the most widely used drug in America, and more people meet the criteria for marijuana abuse than for the next six drugs combined. Marijuana, made up of greenish dried leaves from the...

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Treatment for Marijuana Abuse

Regardless of the legal status of marijuana or alcohol for that matter, when a person abuses marijuana (also known as pot, weed, Mary Jane), it can have a long-term negative impact on their lives. When counseling a person for marijuana abuse, counselors help marijuana addicts recognize the choices he/she made and how they led to addiction. Patients will then identify thoughts or situations that trigger drug use, and will learn coping strategies that are more productive than abusing a drug. Numbing emotional pain with marijuana is often a sign of deeper psychological issues known as co-occurring disorders.

If you have any questions about marijuana addiction or treatment, call our free helpline now at 877-714-1320. Our admissions counselors are available to connect you with a quality treatment center that can meet your specific needs.

How Marijuana Affects Your Eating Habits and Appetite

Per the 2011 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, more than 18 million regular users make marijuana the most...

How Marijuana Affects Your Eating Habits and Appetite

4 Surprising Facts About Marijuana Addiction

The 2011 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) provides data on substance use for people aged 12 and...

4 Surprising Facts About Marijuana Addiction

4 Common Treatment Methods for Marijuana

Deciding which type of treatment to pursue for your marijuana addiction can be intimidating because there are...

4 Common Treatment Methods for Marijuana

How Family History Affects Your Predisposition to Marijuana Addiction

Most people believe that pot use is benign. However, marijuana use can be deceptive and can quickly become...

Can Marijuana Cause a Mental Health Relapse?

Can Marijuana Cause a Mental Health Relapse?

Marijuana is a commonly abused substance, especially as many states have made moves toward legalizing its use (with some states being successful in doing so). This substance is often the...

Why Marijuana Abuse Isn’t Limited to a Single Social Group

Why Marijuana Abuse Isn’t Limited to a Single Social Group

Marijuana contains the psychoactive compound tetrahydrocannabinol that binds to cannabinoid receptors in the brain. Cannabis users typically smoke plant buds that have been packed into...

What Makes Marijuana Different from other Substances?

What Makes Marijuana Different from other Substances?

As the country debates whether or not marijuana should be legalized for medical and recreational use, the popularity of the drug is slowly rising. There are many ways that marijuana is...

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