Mental health and addictions go hand in hand. Mental health issues like frustration, anger, depression, etc., turn an individual towards drugs and give them a false sense of hope and relief. Frustration in relationships is growing up to be the primary cause of drug abuse, among people aged 30 and above.
Category: Weed Addiction
Detox is a crucial step in the rehabilitation process, but it can be intimidating for some. One of the biggest concerns is not knowing how much time to allocate to the detox process.
One of the reasons people try to stay away from rehab treatments is their fear of missing out on their day-to-day lives. The busy lifestyle around us has made us run to our jobs, college, and literally everywhere. This busy schedule is what pushes most people into drugs in the first place. But this should not be the reason why you’re stalling on your addiction treatments.
Weed is a term that is used to describe any variety of the cannabis plant that can be smoked, eaten, or vaporized to alter one’s state of mind. It has been used for medicinal purposes throughout recorded history and today its use may be legalized in some countries and decriminalized in others. Weed or marijuana is most often smoked as a recreational drug but it’s also been ground into pills for medical uses. Not all weed plants are psychoactive; some have high levels of cannabidiol (CBD), which does not produce intoxication effects when ingested in even very high doses.