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Synthetic marijuana, also known as K2 or Spice, was released to the public in the early 2000s. It was designed to be a substitute for the widely illegal cannabis. Though its creation was for research purposes, it was used by many as a recreational drug. And, like most drugs, users may become addicted or dependent on the drug.
Some indication that you are addicted is reflected in your behavior in relation to the drug, If you are choosing your friends and associates based on the fact that they smoke, or if you are choosing to smoke even though you know that it will result in problems later or if you are bypassing your life responsibilities in favor of getting high you may have a problem. If you attempt to cut back on your usage, fail and you experience the symptoms listed below then you are likely addicted and it is imperative that you seek help.
Addiction to marijuana is indicated if the following symptoms are experienced when withdrawal is attempted.
Recovery is available and the decision to become drug-free is it close as your keyboard, your phone, or your health counselor. There are numerous support groups both online and in person to assist you in creating coping mechanisms for the symptoms that caused you to seek relief in the drug at the onset. Essential to becoming drug-free is knowledge of brain function and psychological triggers and support in coping with those triggers. Many of these online support groups are 24/7 so whenever you need help there is a forum of recovered and informed counselors and individuals to help you sort the nuances of treatment and recovery. It is rewarding to be in full control of your emotional and physical health.
If you or a loved one is struggling with an addiction to illicit drugs, treatment necessary to recovery. Learn more about all treatment options from one of our professional addiction treatment advisers. We are compassionate, confidential and available 24/7. Don’t delay, we are here to help.
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