Effective and Affordable Marijuana Addiction Treatment for Saudis at The Cabin Chiang Mai
Marijuana is the most commonly used illicit drug.
It’s a dried mixture of the leaves, flowers, stems and seeds of the hemp plant Cannabis sativa, while hashish is a potent resin extract of the same plant. They are generally smoked or consumed as food. The main active ingredient in marijuana and hashish is delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). THC enters directly into the bloodstream and goes straight to the brain, influencing brain cell receptors to create altered senses of sight, sound and time. It also creates feelings of euphoria and increased relaxation.
There is much debate about marijuana’s effects, and changes in legislation are making it legal in more and more parts of the world. Due to the fact that it is not perceived as an addictive drug, many users fail to notice the warning signs until they’ve already developed a physical dependency.
Marijuana addiction affects millions of people worldwide and has a negative impact on them psychologically, financially, socially and professionally.
Signs of Marijuana Addiction:
- Difficulty thinking and problem solving
- Increased tolerance
- Withdrawal symptoms when not using
- Inability to function or relax sober
- Impaired coordination
- Anxiety, paranoia or fear
- Lack of motivation
- Failing responsibilities at work or home
Long-term Effects of Marijuana Abuse:
- Memory loss
- Difficulty socialising
- Delayed reaction time
- Cognitive impairment
- Weakened immune system
- Shallow breathing
- Decreased sex drive
- Impaired reproductive abilities
- Low blood pressure
- Respiratory problems
Marijuana Addiction Treatment at The Cabin Chiang Mai
In marijuana addiction treatment, it’s important to detect and treat any underlying issues that may have contributed to the addiction.
At the Cabin Chiang Mai, our specialised addiction counsellors will work in collaboration with psychologists using our Recovery Zones programme. Recovery Zones is a unique treatment model that varies for each client, pulling from a variety of proven techniques including a secular version of the 12 Steps, cognitive behavioural therapy and mindfulness.
These treatments help you to understand and identify your own relapse triggers, develop alternative means to cope with stress and anxiety and sustain a sober lifestyle. The programme also provides relapse prevention, sober time management and aftercare planning.
We combine this psychological treatment with a holistic health and wellness programme that includes yoga, meditation, fitness and massage therapy.