What are the withdrawal symptoms of marijuana?

Howard J. Shaffer, PhD
Addiction Medicine
Studies suggest that some people experience withdrawal symptoms when stopping marijuana. These symptom patterns include craving for marijuana, reduced appetite, sleep difficulty, weight loss, and—in some cases—anger, aggression, irritability, and restlessness.

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