If you or a loved one are trying to quit weed, you are not alone. Marijuana is the most commonly used illegal drug in the United States. At Nexstep Medical Detox, we offer Marijuana Detox to help you. Our center is conveniently located in Orem, UT near Salt Lake City.

Is Marijuana Really Addictive?

THC, or delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol, in Cannabis is a chemical that produces the psychotropic affects many people come to rely on. What may have started as a “safer” way to get high becomes an easy go-to in times of stress or anxiety instead of healthy coping mechanisms.

Pot, Weed, and Mary Jane are just some of the “street names” people have come to call this drug.

  • Ganja
  • Dope
  • Shatter
  • Dabs
  • Reefer
  • Herb
  • Bud
  • Puff
  • Hash
  • Blaze
  • Kush
  • Grass
  • Hemp
  • Wax
  • J

You’re Making The Right Decision

In addition to replacing healthy coping mechanisms, marijuana addiction can cause many other physical and mental issues. A few of these are life-threatening. Many of these can be lifelong.

  • The inability to sleep regularly or cope with emotional problems without the drug.
  • Cancer and lung disease in those who smoke weed.
  • The development of cannabis-induced psychotic disorder.
  • The development of cannabis-induced anxiety disorder.
  • The need to meet physical cravings for the drug.
  • Permanent damage to concentration, memory, and critical thinking abilities.
  • Chronic depression from damaged pleasure centers in the brain.
  • Difficulty getting pregnant and male infertility.
  • Erectile dysfunction.

How Long Does Marijuana Stay In Your System?

You may have read that THC stays in your system for 30 days on average. However, the time it takes for this drug to leave your system can actually vary. It will depend on how long you’ve been using, how much you used, the type of weed, genetic factors, and body weight. THC is stored in body fat.

Withdrawals – The Most Vulnerable Time In Your Recovery

Marijuana dependence causes withdrawal symptoms just like any other drug. Insomnia, depression, anxiety, stomach pain, aggression, nightmares… Nobody wants to experience uncomfortable and unpredictable THC withdrawal symptoms alone.

You Don’t Have To Do This Alone

Detox for weed addiction doesn’t have to be a lonely, scary, or risky experience. In a medically-assisted marijuana detox program, you have the support of people who really understand what you’re going through and how to be there for you during this vulnerable time.

Why Medical Assistance During Detox Is Better

When you choose a medically supervised detox from THC, you are ensuring a successful first step in treating marijuana addiction. Trying to quit in the same environment you have used in only makes everything harder on you and is a sure way to discouragement.

Nexstep Medical Detox is a safe, sober, supportive environment. See all that we have to offer you through professional, medically assisted detox.

You reduce your risk of relapse during the early stages of recovery.
You will receive an individualized Marijuana detox treatment plan.
Our addiction professionals provide 24/7 medical monitoring and care.
Our doctors meet with you every day to make sure you are progressing.
We cater healthy meals to help your body heal.
We can set up transfer to the ongoing addiction treatment of your choice.

Get The Support You Need To Quit

Quit marijuana. We can help you put a successful first foot forward on your journey to recovery. Contact us at Nexstep Medical Detox today to get started with marijuana detox. Not local to our Salt Lake City area detox center? No Problem. We can arrange airport pickup and transportation for you.