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List Of Recovery Syptoms I Experienced

Posted: March 19, 2016, 1:20 PM
Here is a list of recovery symptoms, hallucinatory thoughts and self diagnosis I experienced.
I quit eating not even smoking marijuana for three months now after more than than two years of intoxication
It started getting weird when I would be unable to walk normally in public that was the first self diagnosis I had, social anxiety feeling all too uneasy in public then after two week like a spirit trying to drag me back into it; it begun and below is a list of the events I experienced
1. 2 weeks - sweaty nights
2. paranoia - Believing I am everything; mythological and religious
3. 3 weeks - sleepless night with weird dreams...
4. 1+ month - Isolation - due to hypersensitivity in public
5. Then the crude schizophrenia - hearing voices and hallucinations(wild spiritual manifestation)
6. 2 months - Over conscious and over sensitive especially in sexual scenarios possibly due to brain repairs
7. 2+ months Losing interest in majorly everything and having suicidal thoughts
And after three months am feeling normal again, sleep better, it was like going to hell; now I get to appreciate life and behave really good
The most painful of everything was the burning sensations that was really hellish
AM getting better now not still fully ok but far better and I really thank God.

Posted: October 5, 2016, 1:15 PM
Hello , i am curious if you are fully recovered . I have terrible withdrawal , feel depressed , i just want my life back . Just tell me if i am gonna fully recover . I want my life back .

Posted: October 10, 2016, 10:14 PM
My daughter's boyfriend is detoxing at my house. He's been here since yesterday. He is violently throwing up, or at least dry heaving. He hasnt urinated in 2 days. Is this normal? Should I be worried about his kidneys? He is in a great deal of pain. His addiction is to serenity (synthetic marijuana).. Thanks in advance!

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Posted: October 12, 2016, 10:01 AM
Hi there I'm new to this page and it's currently helping alot seeing how others are dealing with coming off weed.
I have been a heavy smoker for the last 10+ years the only time I don't smoke ws when I couldn't get which wasn't very often. I'm 32 now and started smoking when I was 13/14... OK back then it wasn't very often but as I got older and started working I was spending most of my wages on it or getting myself into debt up until last week I fully realised the extent of my problem. Myself like most of us never saw a problem with it and would defend my actions and counter every point my girlfriend could make against cannabis. I was living in blissful ignorance to what effects it did actually have on my personality and my head. My partner wasn't too happy bout me smoking but she never really said anything about it. She even tried it a few times. When she got the giggles I thought it was awesome. We were both in stitches watching 'Scary Movie'.....anyway I digress.

It got to the point where I was hiding how much I smoked. She believed I only really did it at night when she had gone for a bath. In reality anytime Kris (my partner) wasn't there I was smoking as much as I could as fast as I could (bongs, pipes ect) to try make the high last until I got my next smoke.
A week ago After some major relationship problems steaming from weed (lowered inhabitions leading to Internet addiction, porn ect) I decided I had to do something as I didn't want to lose my partner or my 4month old baby daughter (my 1st child). I decided to take action so I stopped smoking weed cold turkey. I haven't really had any major urges for it or anything else but can feel myself getting into a slump. As long as I tell my partner if i have the urge for weed she'll try and help and distract me. Luckily I have the 2 biggest reasons in the world to to do this daughter Kennedy and my partner Kris.

Unfortunately my head is all over the place, my emotions are goin crazy. I get irritated easily my anger flares up, once to a violent outcome (i put my fist through a door) and I feel rather low and depressed. I have been giving fluoxetine by the doctor to try stabilise my mood. I gather all this is relatively 'normal' but feel like I don't have any1 to talk to about it as all my mates smoke. I became completely detached from any1 who didn't smoke and now feel stuck and alone.

I know there is the light at the end of the tunnel but it just seems soo far away just now I don't know if I can cope. I have thought long and hard about the triggers and have safeguards in place to help quell the urgrs. I have a new diet and new training regime to start to try but getting the motivation to even start it is hard enough. I know a week isn't very long but I do see it as 1 hell of an accomplishment thus far.

I don't know what I'm expecting from posting this but it's been such a relief typing this out and opening myself up.

Thanks for reading I know its probably all over the place

Ps just noticed I posted this in the wrong section d'oh

This post has been edited by Acruik on October 12, 2016, 10:08 AM

Posted: January 5, 2017, 10:39 PM
Its almost a year now from my previous post, I can say I am recovering, getting stronger with measurable progress, it takes time just hang in there and yet am not fully recovered.

Posted: November 10, 2017, 12:41 AM
Nice list monk, almost complete but the chemdawg D, chem 4, chems sister and SFV OGK arent on there like they should be.
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