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Medical Marijuana Intervention

may be required if a loved one can not stop smoking pot without help. There are many people in today’s society who think that calling their every day marijuana use “medical” makes it okay and not addictive. This is simply just not true. Just because the substance is grown in the ground, does not mean that it is not highly addictive. In fact, the federal government has marijuana classified as a schedule 1 narcotic. A federal schedule 1 classification means that it has no medicinal use. Other dangerous drugs like Cocaine and Heroin are in the schedule 1 class of drugs.

Diversified Intervention Group is known in the chemical dependency and mental health field as a trusted resource. We specialize in knowing many different models of medical marijuana intervention. We can help your family member to see his or her addiction: Call 855-222-1101 today for help.

How to determine if someone you know may be a marijuana addict

Ask yourself the following questions:

  1. Has smoking pot stopped being fun?
  2. Has the use of marijuana caused problems w memory, concentration or motivation?
  3. It it hard for the person to imagine life without marijuana?
  4. Does the person plan his or her life around marijuana use?
  5. Have any of the person’s friends complained about his or her marijuana use?

If you were able to answer yes to any of the above questions, the person in question probably has a problem with marijuana.

Diversified Intervention Group is known in the chemical dependency and mental health field as a trusted resource. We specialize in knowing many different models of medical marijuana intervention. We can help your family member to see his or her medical marijuana addiction for what it really is. Call 855-222-1101 today for help.

Information on detoxing from Marijuana

Detoxing is the way in which a person’s body releases the toxins that have accumulated from years of using illicit substances. This process refers to the first few days or weeks of even up to the first few months after complete abstinence begins. One other important feature of the first few weeks of a proper detox is for the marijuana addict to begin getting use to accepting reality and the real feelings that come along with reality without the use of any numbing agent.

Some of the more common symptoms of a Marijuana Detoxification

The most common symptom that stands out above all is insomnia. In many cases, this part of the marijuana detox can last from a few nights of no sleep at all  to a few months of occasional sleeplessness. The next most common symptom form a marijuana detox is depression. Once depression sets in, most people will experience nightmares and even vivid dreams.

Marijuana will dampen the dreaming mechanism, so that when a person gets sober, the dreams come back with a crash effect.