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Hi doctor. It has been 9months i dropped smoking marijuana . And until i was smoking i had no problems and i was motivated for do things and positive about my future. Because of severe panic attacks i stopped taking marijuana and its been 9 months i m better but still i m guilty and foggy mind i find my self useless because i m not working i left my job because i tried once to go to job but after cming from job i was shaking and felt like crying like hell. I still avoid going out and i feel exhausted and my eyes always tired and sleepy. After cming from gym i feel so upset and anxious. Its like my life and brain is changed completely. When ever i go to alone place or unknown places i feel Nervous and dizzy and i Freaked out. Unable to focus (driving,watching tv,writing.) I feel like i will faint. I dont know waiting for 9 month why i Haven't improved much? I m scared of taking medicines i heard they dont work well and it can give me more disorders and severe pain.plz doctor help me out
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Proper psychological counselling , meditation and homeopathy will lead you to a better life. Try it. Meet a psychologist and start homeopathic medication at earliest.
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Cannabis (marijuana/hashish/ganja/charas/weed) consumption is associated with chronic amotivation syndrome and behavioral problems. It has been known to trigger psychotic episodes, as well as anxiety attacks. Cannabis has a tendency to get deposited in the body due to which users often have flashback symptoms even after discontinuation. In your case you are having panic attacks and anxiety. It is definitely treatable with medication. Side effects occur with any medication you may take, including paracetamol (Crocin). That should not be a deterrent, especially when you consider benefit vs risk. Consider getting an evaluation by a psychiatrist with experience in deaddiction to get to the root of the problem. Strict abstinence from any kind of substance of abuse is essential for proper recovery.
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