How To Quit Smoking Marijuana
John Lennon from the Fab Four - The Beatles - knew what it was to quit heroin cold turkey. Maybe marijuana is a habit that is no longer serving you any more and you want to quit too. 

If quitting marijuana is something that you seriously want to do, why not take the first steps towards making it a reality. 

It's no good always just saying 'one day'. Set a date for when you want to be pot-free. Don't set unachievable goals. Scheduling to be pot-free might not happen it 2 weeks but it can be achieved in 2 months. You don't want to lose sight of your goals because of unrealistic deadlines. 
We look at other ways to make it work
When you consider quitting smoking marijuana, you may worry about not having the discipline to see it through. In dealing with it, you may want to find an absorbing replacement activity. While you have breath and a sound mind, there is no stopping what you can do. Go for walks, start a new hobby - every day off marijuana presents a chance to start over and to pursue a new dream.

You may think that if someone like John Lennon could quit heroin cold turkey, you can too. Stopping your smoking habit on the spot can be a good choice for quick results. Your body may not like the sudden change though - it stores tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) for months after you last smoked and you must be prepared to go through severe withdrawal symptoms.

Step one would be be to get rid of all your smoking paraphernalia including lighters and matches. Get rid of everything that makes you want to smoke pot. Certainly get rid of your dealer's contact number. It may even mean not going to places you and your friends hang out at and where smoking is encouraged.  It may also mean getting rid of some of your 'smoking ' friends. 

Many prefer to visit a medical doctor for help who can prescribe medications designed to help one ease off  marijuana. Visiting a doctor can be expensive, so be sure you're seriously committed to quitting. Sometimes talking about your dependency with a professional can be therapeutic and it can also help you stay positive. 

Check into rehab if you find nothing is working for you, more so if your marijuana addiction is jeopardizing your health and peace of mind. Rehab can be very expensive and it's something that shouldn't be entered into lightly. It should only be an option if you are seriously out of other options. Certainly, first discover if your insurance company will cover the costs involved.

If you decide to do it yourself, consider marijuana detox kits to ease withdrawal symptoms.
Here's to a healthier you!
What's holding you back quitting marijuana? Take the appropriate action to quit and to steer your life on a course for future success. Your reward will be a wiser, happier, healthier you.
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