Cannabis Addiction

Cannabis also known as marijuana, hash, weed, grass, and pot, is probably one of the world’s most abused recreational drug!

This is because many people believe that cannabis is harmless and not addictive and as a result of the relaxed feeling they experience with cannabis, they feel that this will only do them good.

Unfortunately Cannabis is an addictive drug, as it has a psychoactive agent called Tetrahydrocannabinol which creates the typical signs of dependency:

    1. – Constantly thinking about how to obtain Cannabis

 

    1. – Relationship issue as result of Cannabis use

 

    1. – Consuming more cannabis than usual

 

On the positive side, the effects of Cannabis are not as intense as drugs like heroin and cocaine and its effects take much longer to be recognized. Cannabis interferes with the brain and the health of consumers and can cause social dysfunction in many users- a need to escape stressful situations by resorting to frequent Cannabis usage.
Many long-term cannabis users experience withdrawal symptoms such as cravings, irritability, insomnia and mood swings when they try to quit, and this is the phase of addiction when they really need to seek professional help to overcome this dependency.

How we can help you?

At Les Mariannes Wellness Sanctuary, we help you to overcome all the associated effects to dependency. As any other drug, the body adjusts to the regular use of Cannabis and trying to stop it will automatically result in highly uncomfortable symptoms as Nausea, stomach pain, craving and fluctuation in appetite.

Our highly skilled staff will support you to start a new life without Cannabis. Our clinical team delivers a comprehensive therapy programme and our psychotherapies will help you to recognise and change deeply held beliefs that are negatively impacting your life. Our therapies will help you to build a strong social support network which will contribute positively to your treatment progress.

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