Cannabis users are perceived as laid-back, peaceful people who generally lead a good life. However, contrary to what many people believe, it may not be easy to stop smoking cannabis, also known as marijuana, weed, grass, pot or hash(ish). Cannabis can become addictive, and cannabis addiction can lead to serious physical and mental health problems. Find more about the treatment we provide (below), the signs, causes and effects of cannabis addiction, as well as cannabis withdrawal symptoms and how Triora can help you to cope with them.
Our effective cannabis addiction treatment
Everyone deserves a meaningful life. Triora offers proven and highly effective private cannabis addiction treatment to help you stop with cannabis and stay clean. The Triora Model, our unique, holistic approach, includes a successful combination of medical and psychological treatments, in group sessions or through personal coaching.
From the moment you register with us you are never alone. Our professional, dedicated team are here to help you to take back control, in a pleasant environment where you do not need to feel embarrassed or ashamed. We strongly believe in working together - loved ones can also be involved in the process through our relationship and family counselling.
Our residential treatment takes place in the peaceful surroundings of our modern, private clinics in Alicante and Malaga, Spain. Outpatient treatment is also available via secure videoconferencing. Treatment can be provided in English or Spanish. We look forward to helping you start a new and fulfilling life without cannabis.
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Do I smoke too much cannabis?
High-risk cannabis use is considered to be daily or near-daily use (20 days or more a month).* Defined as cannabis use disorder, high-risk cannabis use includes cannabis dependence. Are you concerned about your cannabis use? Take our self-test to find out more about the signs of cannabis addiction and whether you need to stop smoking cannabis.
Cannabis addiction facts and figures*
- Cannabis is the most commonly used illicit drug in Europe.
- Frequent and high-risk cannabis users tend to be young people under 35, and men in particular.
- 78.9 million Europeans are estimated to have tried cannabis at some point in their lives, and of these 40.2 % of young adults (aged 15–34).
- 20 million people have used cannabis in the last year.
- 8.8 million young Europeans aged 15–24 are estimated to have used cannabis in 2014 (15.2 % of this age group).
- 3 million Europeans (almost 1 %) are daily or almost daily cannabis users. Of these, 70% are aged 15-34.
- The number of first time cannabis users entering drug treatment has risen noticeably since 2008. 75% or more are men.
*Sources: European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction:
1. State of the drugs problem in Europe, Annual report 2015.
2. Perspectives on drugs. Characteristics of frequent and high-risk cannabis users.