nicotine withdrawal

Nicotine withdrawal is temporary, but it can be very intense, particularly if you’re not ready for what you’re about to experience. Arm yourself with knowledge on what to expect as you get through the first few days of your quit. Below are 7 ways to survive nicotine withdrawal. The easy way to —> Harnessing Motivation […]

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Getting Through the First Week

by Dr Antonio Howell, MD

in quit smoking

Quitting smoking is a hard work. It never comes easy for most smokers. The irritability, great discomfort, and the anxiety associated with quitting are enough to trigger a relapse. Getting through the first week without nicotine is very important especially that the withdrawal symptoms are at its peak during this phase and the temptation to […]

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We all know that quitting cigarettes comes with undesirable physical changes called withdrawal symptoms, which unfortunately make the smoking cessation process tough. However, most people are unable to quit not because of the withdrawal symptoms but the false beliefs about cigarettes that they cling to. The easy way to —> Harnessing Motivation to Quit Smoking

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Want to know how to give up smoking without putting on extra pounds? When smokers quit, they just don’t crave for nicotine. They also crave for food to satisfy the need for the so-called “oral gratification”. Past research has also found that some smokers who quit experience a sharpened “sweet tooth” and they tend to […]

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Smoking is a disease creating habit. Heart disease, emphysema, colon cancer, pancreas cancer, breast cancer, strokes and more and more diseases are added everyday…The latest are ANXIETY disorders. There is the common assumption that smoking relieves anxiety. When actually the opposite is true, smoking is a risk factor for severe anxiety. Nicotine withdrawal cause one […]

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