Treatment That Works
In order for inpatient treatment to be successful, marijuana (and all other chemical substances) must be successfully cleared from the system. When it comes to quitting cold turkey without the aid of medical professionals, marijuana withdrawal symptoms will not be life-threatening. However, it is advised that those who have been struggling with a marijuana dependence seek professional medical detox services in spite of this. Why? Because the psychological symptoms of marijuana withdrawal can be severe, and these are the symptoms that generally lead an individual straight back to using before the detoxification process is complete.
A decline in mental health is the most common side effect of marijuana withdrawal. An individual who ceases use abruptly might experience feelings of intense sadness and depression, a lack of motivation, changes to sleep patterns, insomnia, anxiety, panic attacks and increased irritability or agitation. Our team of licensed therapists will help clients successfully work through all of these uncomfortable symptoms in a safe and supportive setting.
At Princeton Detox & Recovery Center, we heave extensive experience dealing with individuals who have been engaging in heavy marijuana use and need help to successfully quit. We understand that coming to terms with a marijuana dependence can prove to be difficult, seeing as the substance is the most commonly used recreational drug in the country. Additionally, admitting a personal struggle with marijuana can be difficult because there is such a great amount of misinformation in circulation, predominantly regarding the drug’s “non-addictive” nature. Marijuana dependence is real and serious, and our highly trained staff will do everything in their power to help each and every individual client overcome what they need to overcome in order to go on and lead the healthy and productive life they deserve.