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1.5 years before i inhale marijuana from that day i feel like hell. No medicine is working. Plz help me
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Dr. Antara Gupta
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Please visit a deaddiction centre near you. Dont hesitate to get admitted. Marijuana causes psychological dependence so even after it is eliminated from body you may need meds and counselling.
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Dr. Kancharla Suresh Reddy
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Hello...Marijuana is like alcohol u ll get dependent to it. Slowly it will damage ur health. If u stop it u ll become normal.if u can't stop on ur own consult a psychiatrist for help.
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If you have been using marijuana frequently, it can cause a lot of problems like anxiety, restlessness, fearfulness, etc. The most important thing is to stop it, along with stopping alcohol and any other drugs you may be taking.
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Consult a psychiatrist with experience in deaddiction, who will be able to help you.
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If you begin to feel suicidal or hopeless, consult a psychiatrist immediately. Usage of any drugs of abuse/ recreational drugs can cause or trigger mental illness. Marijuana also acts a gateway drug, meaning its use can make you more susceptible to try other drugs.
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