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Has anybody had this sleep issue on a break from weed?

Discussion in 'Marijuana Consumption Q&A' started by Deleted member 1034867, Aug 22, 2019.

  1. In the past, when I took a break, I would have trouble falling asleep for a couple of days. After this, I would sleep fine. However, I am on day 12 of my break and I am waking up at 4 AM, like clockwork, and can't go back to sleep, and I can't fall asleep before 11:30PM. It has been pretty miserable. Do you think this is caused by weed withdrawal, or was weed masking an underlying issue? What say you GC?

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  2. I need at least 6 hours to feel human the next day, ideally 8 hours. I am also waking up a couple of times, but can go back to sleep, so I don't think it's good quality.
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  3. When I had to stop smoking for 24 hours to have an operation I only slept like 4/5 hours.. that could have been being hyped to get my nuts fixed though dude lmaooo
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  4. It probably doesn't help that weed can aid your sleep/stop pains/aches ect that help you stay asleep.. so if you're used to smoking & stopped I think it'd fuck with your sleep patterns:confused_2:
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  5. Yeah, I guess I'll ride this out for a month, because I need to know the cause...and I'll be a cheap date at that point. Two hits and... a.jpeg
  6. Sounds like you body is on a high right now. Have you tried exercising before bedtime? Less food before bedtime? Learn the "Mindfulness Technique" to help you relax. It's all about breathing. The lack of hours will more than likely be fine. I went quite a few years with 2-3 hours sleep and my body got used to it.

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