It almost ruined my life.

Wait, before you think, oh it’s just Cannabis, it’s not that harmful, it’s not that addictive, read this.

I treat addiction for a living and what I have learned is that addiction is universal, no matter the substance.

Cannabis almost ruined my life, derailed my dreams and destroyed my family. Under the influence I risked immense physical harm.

Today I’m sober, it’s a daily struggle, but life has gotten exponentially better since I quit, here is why…

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Most people who recognize they have an addiction and fail over and over to overcome it have come to the realization that their addiction is a power greater than themselves. Wouldn’t it make sense to recognize that their healing would also have to be a power greater than themselves. The question is what is this power?

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Do You Have an Addiction?

Are you concerned about your drug or alcohol use? Do you wonder whether or not you have a problem? Maybe your spouse, child or a relative is a concern. How much is too much?

This is how doctors define addiction:

In Medicine we differentiate between healthy substance use, substance abuse and a substance use disorder. Let’s discuss Alcohol for example.

One standard drink is the following:What_Is_a_Standard_Drink_grayscale_508_Release_WebMen should drink no more than 4 standard drinks in a day and less than 14 in a week.

Women should drink no more than 3 standard drinks per day and less than 7 in a week.

This is per the National Institute of Alcohol Abuse recommendation.

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“My brother was turning blue, he was not moving, not even breathing. I put that bag on his mouth and started squeezing air into his lungs. I could see his chest move. He finally started waking up. I didn’t have to call 911 that time,” my patient recalled.

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