Yo, what’s good? It’s ya boy Dan. If you’re wondering why you be twitchin’ or gettin’ them cannabis shakes when you high, I gotchu. Don’t even trip, it happens to almost every stoner out there. But today, we gon’ talk about why it happens and how you can fix it faster.
So, let me break it down for you:
What’s Cannabis Shakes or Twitching? Should You Be Worried?
Twitchin’ is also known as cannabis shakes. First things first, lemme tell you what symptoms fall into this category so you can know how to avoid it. And also, you gotta know when to be worried about it.
Smokin’ weed has one major effect: it gets you high. But different folks react differently to weed, and everybody’s body is different with its own central nervous system.
When you take too much THC or get higher than your tolerance level, your muscles start movin’ around without your control. That’s what we call twitching. Ain’t no need to worry or panic when this happens cuz it’s a common thing that happens to most cannabis users. But this only applies to people with normal health conditions.
If you got any underlying health conditions and are feelin’ discomfort and twitchin’ too much (which ain’t normal), then you gotta go see a doctor and get professional help. Although in most cases, twitching or cannabis shakes happen cuz of higher doses of cannabis strains.
Reasons for Twitchin’
Ain’t nobody know exactly why a person twitches after smokin’ weed, but these are the four main reasons that people experience cannabis shakes:
1. Consumed Too Much THC
The first and most common reason behind twitchin’ is smoking too much weed which leads to an overdose of THC in your body. This causes twitching and can make you feel cold too.
Another reason why you might be getting tremors is that you may be feeling paranoid or anxious. It could be related to the dose of THC because some people aren’t tolerant of higher THC levels which can lead to anxiety and twitching.
Being overstimulated is another reason why people feel twitching after smokin’ weed. Some folks add tobacco to their joints to get a more intense high, but this overstimulation releases high dopamine levels that stimulate the nervous system leading to anxiety and twitching.
4. Cold Environment
When you consume THC, your body temperature drops slightly leading to shivering or coldness which is known as THC-induced hypothermia. Due to this coldness, your body might start twitching or shaking uncontrollably.
Other reasons like alcohol withdrawal or serious health conditions combined with the consumption of marijuana might cause weed shakes too.
How Long Do Weed Shakes Last?
Now that y’all know why you be twitching after smokin’ weed, the next question is how long does it last? Don’t even stress cuz it’s just a few minutes. About 15-30 minutes if you been smokin’ or sharing a bong with your homies. If you had edibles though, then it might take longer.
But don’t worry, I got some proven solutions for y’all.
How To Avoid Cannabis Shakes Quickly
Although there’s nothing to worry about when it comes to weed shakes, there are certain solutions that can relieve y’all from it:
1. Don’t Panic; Cannabis Shakes Fade Away Within 20-30 Minutes
If it’s your first time experiencing such a thing, don’t panic cuz everything will be fine within a few minutes. Panicking will only make things worse so stay calm and wait for the effects of THC to fade away within 20-30 minutes if you smoke weed.
2. Change Your Environment
If you’re at a party with loud music and people everywhere that make ya anxious, then adjust yourself to the environment that suits ya best. Change your environment and go somewhere comfortable where you can relax.
3. Breathing Exercise
When something uncommon happens with your body, your breathing pattern changes too, so try breathing exercises like deep breaths and calmness in your mind that can help relax muscle twitching.
4. Distract Yourself
Tobacco and joints are both central nervous system stimulants that cause involuntary muscle spasms which can fade away within a few minutes but until then try distracting yourself from panicking.
5. Switch Strains
Some cannabis strains may not suit yer body type even though they have much THC in them so try switching strain and see if that helps ya.
CBD is the antidote to THC that reduces its effects on ya like reducing anxiety so if ya feel overwhelmed by the extreme dose of THC then CBD oil or products can help reduce the psychoactive effects of THC.
Remember: If you’ve got alarming symptoms for any reason (even health conditions) that you can’t control then seek a doctor immediately.
FAQs About Cannabis Shakes
1.Can being too high make ya shake?
A: Being too high can make ya shake if your prone to cannabis THC content or if ya consume higher doses of THC than yer tolerance level allows for.
2.How do ya stop twitching?
A: Distracting yerself, changing your environment, breathing exercises, and using CBD oil as an alternative are immediate ways to stop twitching.
3.How do ya stop being high?
A: Staying hydrated, taking a shower, or trying CBD products can help reduce the effects of being high.
4.Why does yer body twitch after smokin’ weed?
A: It’s common for your body to twitch when yer high until it creates extreme discomfort which differs according to every smoker’s body type and tolerance levels.
5.Is it normal ta have a twitch after smoking weed?
A: Yes! It’s completely normal ta have a twitch after smokin’ weed but if ya have underlying health conditions with issues related to your health then contact a professional doctor.
Smokin’ weed gives ya pleasure but sometimes ya might experience harmless shaking symptoms known as twitchin’. But don’t worry cuz there’s nothin’ ta worry about since it’s common among most cannabis users and isn’t life-threatening either.
Remember though if yer havin’ uncontrollable shaking issues even after trying various ways ta control it then seek professional help immediately!