Brain Fog While Quitting Weed



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  1. I’ve had brain fog for about 3-4 weeks now. I don’t smoke regularly, once every 4,5 months. The last time I smoked was late November and the brain fog didn’t first arrive until 2 weeks ago. I wish I could go back to normal soon I take for granted the way I used to think and see. Any help?

  2. Do you think it would be more beneficial to work out five days a week eat extremely healthy and smoke a small bowl at night or rather not work out eat like shit but don’t smoke weed?

  3. I’ve smoked since 13 and I’m 15 now. Almost smoked everyday, sometimes getting baked a few times a day. I’ve almost been sober for a month. This shit is not getting better. I don’t have any thoughts man. It’s like I’m empty, and it’s so hard to explain what I’m trying to say. Words are so hard to find, and my memory is bad. I feel like I’ve fried my brain permanently. I hate this. I don’t wanna live the rest of my life being this dumb. School is very hard because I don’t even know how to explain what I wanna say, at all times. Much less not having thoughts. This shit kills me, and everyday waking up and experiencing another boring ass day without thoughts is so dreadful. Like I don’t have free flow thoughts or dumb ideas or thoughts. It’s like I’m empty

  4. Dude thank you so much for this video. I've been getting really irritable, 12 days in after quitting being a chronic heavy user and I have like really really intense brain fog today. Like really bad, I can't focus to do an assignment, felt like I wanted to be in a dark room with the lights turned off and just sleep forever until it goes away (after sleeping 9-10 hours last night). The diet thing could definitely be an issue as well, if I analyze yesterday I had a double cheeseburger, fries and then a chicken cutlet (deep fried) massive Italian sandwich with hot peppers. It almost gave me a stomach ache but I took Pepto Bismol to stop it. I haven't smoked weed since I quit but the brain fog is unbearable at times. The stress of thinking it may be something else (like an infection or a disease as bad as cancer) has been getting to my head as well. Thank you for posting this video and reminding me that it most likely is the weed withdrawal mixed with diet issues. Need to be easy on myself and just keep at it. I pray it gets easier and the fog lifts because it is really affecting my life. For those out there (maybe everyone is different but this is my experience) that thinks weed is a light drug, it is not. Very strong chemicals in weed that my brain became accustomed to and 12 days in I am most certainly still feeling the effects of my body rewiring itself.

  5. I also noticed that I had brain fog when I quit smoking weed! I'm 2 1/2 months sober, and it is getting easier. I think your'e spot on about how weed masks underlying issues like problems in our diet. I have cleaned up my diet so much in the past month alone. The fog is clearing!

  6. Cheers for the video helped a lot and got rid of my anxiety only the second day of quitting and The brain fog made me have bad judgement and I honestly felt a high euphoria from being sober some times throughout the day not saying I enjoyed it it was more confusion and blankness glad to know she’s fixing her self up

  7. I'm getting this, when I smoke the brain fog goes down but until I have that smoke each day, I have pretty bad brain fog. Need a tolerance break, never had this problem before smoking more heavily (.5 grams or more each day for a few months), can CONFIRM that low tolerance is better all around. Get more high, save money, and less bad side effects…

  8. Thanks man you calmed me last time i smoked i got ridicolusly high and week after that i felt super tired and i tought i was just tired the i woke up next morning with 12hours of sleep and i still felt weird and i looked up and found that it’s because of weed now i’m on my second day of brain fog fortunatly i’m not a daily smoker so i hope it will pass fast

  9. this really calmed me down! <3 when i stopped smoking a few weeks ago, i thought i was going crazy but after a bit research and i found out that this is normal and i will go back to normal, it really made my anxiety much more bearable

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