Marijuana-Withdrawal problems at 5 months

#15

Postby Rockszee » Mon Jul 19, 2021 2:51 am

That’s what was happening to me in the beginning of all of this last November.
It was terrifying!
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Postby MMJnomo » Tue Jul 20, 2021 12:58 am

Quote from John: I too get that exact fluttering feeling in the middle of my chest. Its like the heart jumps out of rhythm. When it does that I feel like a sudden cold feeling in the chest, like when you get a jump scare. It used to trigger a panic attack but now I try my best to stay calm. I had an episode about a month ago that the fluttering lasted for around 30 seconds and I became pale and dizzy. I could feel the fluttering on my pulse. I ended up in the ER… again… And nothing showed up… again. So yeah, crazy PAWS stuff man.[/quote]

Thank you for telling me that, john, it really calms me to hear your experience. It helps to know that I’m not alone. Thank you.
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Postby MMJnomo » Tue Jul 20, 2021 1:01 am

Rockszee wrote:That’s what was happening to me in the beginning of all of this last November.
It was terrifying!

Definitely terrifying. Glad you’re ok. Gives me hope!
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Postby john5:6 » Tue Jul 20, 2021 2:21 am

@MMJnomo

Sure man. I can also relate to the massive fatigue and weakness. Thank God its been gone for some weeks now. I felt anemic, I could barely walk without feeling like passing out, but some blood lab tests showed nothing wrong. Its crazy how we can feel something so intense without anything showing up. I had to take some weeks off work last month because of it. Hope you keep feeling better man!
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Postby SparkleFly12 » Sun Jul 25, 2021 8:20 pm

Stick with it guys/gals. It gets better. Just takes time. Look at my "80 days clean of weed" thread for my story, but I had a completely miserable first year, and a terrible second year. At 2.5 years now I am mostly better. Only mild symptoms on occasion but most days I'm 100%.

I hope none of you take 2+ yrs to heal - but you will heal. Keep that in mind when you're having a bad day.
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Postby MMJnomo » Mon Jul 26, 2021 5:20 pm

SparkleFly12 wrote:Stick with it guys/gals. It gets better. Just takes time. Look at my "80 days clean of weed" thread for my story, but I had a completely miserable first year, and a terrible second year. At 2.5 years now I am mostly better. Only mild symptoms on occasion but most days I'm 100%.

I hope none of you take 2+ yrs to heal - but you will heal. Keep that in mind when you're having a bad day.

Thank you so much for this, Sparkle. I needed this today. I will definitely check out your thread you mentioned.
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