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Ways to Sober up From Being Too High

The Best Things to do to Sober up From Being High

Ask any cannabis consumer and they will tell you about their worst experience with cannabis. No one enjoys the moment when they realize that they have consumed too much cannabis. While cannabis can be very beneficial for you, too much of it can land you in a very uncomfortable situation. You can take care of how much you have to consume, especially if you are consuming it for medicinal use. It is better to talk about the dosage with your MMJ doctor when you go for a 420 evaluation in Garden Grove. So that you don’t end up getting too high. If you have anxiety issues, consuming too much cannabis can trigger paranoia.

Even if you are using cannabis for recreational purposes, you can experience the various symptoms of being too high. These may include sweating, paranoia, anxiety, and more. However, you don’t have to worry as there are certain things that you can do to sober up. Today, we are going to discuss the top tips that you need to remember when you get too high. So, here is a list of these top tips.

Tip 1. Stay Calm And Relax

I know it is easier said than done, but you have to try to calm yourself down. Remember that everything is okay and you are absolutely fine; there is no need to panic! Understand that whatever discomfort and unpleasant feelings you are experiencing right now will soon fade away on their own. You just have to wait and let them pass; these symptoms are just temporary.

Here is a fact for you: no one has ever died because of cannabis overdose. Cannabis is the safest psychoactive compound. So no matter how freaked out you may feel, you are not going to die from consuming excessive amounts of cannabis. Just keep in mind that everything is fine and you will be OK soon.

Tip 2. Drink a Lot of Water

Not many people are familiar with the fact that water can also help you when you are too high. You need to keep yourself hydrated when you have consumed too much cannabis. This is especially true if you are smoking cannabis. Water can help you fight off one of the most common side effects of cannabis, dry mouth (or cottonmouth). 

Another benefit of drinking water is that you will be distracting your mind from uncomfortable thoughts. When you drink water, you are allowing your mind to focus on simple tasks – sipping and swallowing. You can drink any cold (non caffeinated) beverage you like, either water or some juice. Just make sure you stay away from alcoholic drinks. Alcohol can increase THC blood concentration that can make your situation even worse.

Tip 3. Take a Shower or Bath

Trust me, this works wonders! I remember when I got too high (for the first time). My friend suggested taking a nice, cold shower or bath. And that is exactly what I did, and it helped a lot! 

Taking a shower or bath helps you relax as you are waiting for the symptoms to fade away. It is a very pleasant option when it comes to finding some relaxation while you are too high. Maybe after taking a bath you can try to lay down and fall asleep on your bed. It worked for me. A little nap can help you in rejuvenating yourself.

Tip 4. Try Distracting Yourself

If you can not fall asleep, distracting yourself from the uncomfortable thoughts can help you. Also, every activity seems so fun and entertaining when you are too high. Choose any activity that you prefer while you are trying to come back down to Earth from your high. Some of the best things that you can do to distract yourself may include – 

  • Watching your favorite movie
  • Listening to your favorite songs
  • Playing a video game
  • Watching a funny cartoon
  • Trying to color as a calming activity
  • Eating something very tasty

Choose anything that you like and want to do and which you are familiar with. This will give you warm, fuzzy emotions and help you get through this unpleasant experience.

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