Marijuana is good for a while. Growing up, especially.
Many have been there. Some took it too far. Many people (myself included) smoked weed every day, sometimes for many years.
Being stoned can help you analyze the world around you and your own reality. It helps you pinpoint who you have become and what your strengths and (often neglected) weaknesses are.
However it is only once you quit weed completely that you can actually:
- Correct your weaknesses
- Grow your abilities
- Achieve your success
When you quit weed…
Have you smoked weed for years – regularly?
If you have you’re not going to believe what will happen to your life when you quit smoking weed. In fact, it will probably be emotional, you haven’t felt these emotions in a long time.
Quitting marijuana isn’t nearly as scary as you might think! Here are 50 strong and real benefits to quitting weed. These are pretty strong rewards for your effort, and easily outweigh smoking marijuana.
Just a handful of the benefits of quitting weed:
- Breathing more deeply
- Smoother mood transitions
- Sharper mental dexterity
- Better short-term memory
- Better long-term memory
- Stress tolerance increase
- Less stress overall (2 different things!)
- No coughing up crap
- No lack of energy
- No fatigue or low energy levels
- No forgetting what you’re saying
- No more…. What was I saying?
- Oh yeah that’s right
- More free time for yourself and others
- Energy levels increased tenfold (at least)
- Improved diet without munchies
- Increased confidence beyond recognition
- No social anxiety at all
- Increased focus and results in everything
- Enjoy simple pleasures like never before
- Stuff tastes better
- Clearer Lungs and increased chest size (good for both boys and girls, no?)
- Increased humility and ability to relax and be cool long-term
- Increased faith in yourself and a new unstoppable attitude
- No need to sleep so much (you’ll actually want to get up)
- Ability to function in the morning (be yourself, straight up)
- No risk of legal problems (cops are just people too, hey)
- Less risk of health problems
- Deep interactions with others (relationships are everything!)
- More articulate speaking manner
- True bonds with friends, not co-dependent drug abusers
- No time wasted trying to score
- No need to chase undesirable dealers
- No time wasted getting high
- More money to spend on anything you like
- Increased desire to try new things
- Increased desire to better yourself
- Strike up conversation to anyone
- Always have something to say
- Increased problem solving abilities (especially your problems!)
- Discover your funny and witty self
- Learn and do anything you want easily
- Achieve a lot more every day
- No insecurity
- No paranoia
- No indecision
- You look healthier
- You look happier
- You look more aware
- You are healthier
- You are happier
- You are more aware
- Your spiritual world doors finally open
- You become yourself like you wouldn’t believe
Some are (kind of?) doubles – I really can count – thank you. I also realize that everything in here does not apply to everyone out there.
If you’re thinking of quitting weed, it would be wise to make your own list of ‘benefits of quitting weed’ that you believe apply to you. Then write a list of ‘benefits of smoking weed.’ Now the importnat part:
Compare the two: Analyze & memorize the list because this can be a good way to internalize in your sub-conscious that weed is pretty shitty for your lifestyle and future.
To truly become ‘you’ on a deep level is to gain massive power. Few stoners ever do it, however few clean folks achieve this either. To internalize ‘being yourself’ brings huge charisma and an ability to change yourself, others, and the entire world around you.
You become powerful!
Like I mentioned, very few people achieve this level of success. However in my opinion people that smoke weed for years, then quit weed suddenly often propel themselves to this level very quickly.
In a way, they redirect this ‘addiction’ to something positive, and the results are in… Insane!
Your own influence shoots up like a slingshot, finally released
People that smoke weed are a different breed
I’ve now helped 1000s of people not only quit marijuana completely, but move on in life, and it’s my honest opinion that X weed smokers know who they are, what they want and how to get it.
This is probably from sitting around thinking about it for so many years.
Once stoners quit, they finally have 3 Missing Ingredients:
All 3 are equally important and once addressed for the first time in years, marijuana quitters have incredible power and potential. But you need to cut back from marijuana, and eventually leave it altogether to make that happen.
YES, weed may have helped you figure out what to do with your life, on a massive scale.
NO, weed will never help you do what you want with your life, on a massive scale.
You need to quit weed to gain the consistent motivation to carry yourself, and your life across the line. What line you ask? The line that separates a life of pleasure, and a life of pain. It exists. It’s real. It’s just difficult to see when you’re always high.
It doesn’t matter if you’re talking about relationships, money, career, status, health or whatever. Marijuana can and will affect each part of your life systematically over time if you allow it to.
Will I Ever Be Able To Smoke Weed Again?
Sure, don’t even think about it.
You’re not missing anything! Special occasions or when it is ‘normal’ will not be a problem. However it is YOU that needs to decide what is normal and what isn’t. Align your beleifs with your actions and you will be happy. Just make sure when you make this decision you’re being honest with yourself – which is harder than you might think!