Withdrawal Symptoms

Smoking means Nicotine which is highly inductive to the body as well mind just like heroin or cocaine. Nicotine does not only pollute the physical parts of the body but it affects it psychologically as well. So, the mere thought of quitting smoking adversely affects your mind. So one will definitely feel desperate to continue it rather than quit. The unwanted and unavoidable pressure from friends and colleagues can also not be denied. You make yourself aware of your future if and only if you are determined enough to control yourself from being lured into such a close association. So, we suggest, first of all you need to be convinced of the reasons for quitting smoking. We must say that the decision to quit as well as sticking to it demands devotion.

The symptoms

  • You may feel dizziness for first few days. You will also feel awkward tiredness. This is due to the lack of the particular intake of tobacco at a very specific time of the day.
  • Mental Depression – as Nicotine has got a charming effect in boosting you up
  • Impatience and Anger – The effect of Nicotine is NOT limited to the lungs only, it casts its spread over the blood vessels, brain, hormonal system and your metabolism. So the effect of withdrawal may cause a disharmony in your entire physical system, which puts an extra pressure on your mind in this competitive world where stress, strain and stress have become your all time companions.
  • Sleeping & Focusing – This is the reaction to certain disorders of your hormonal system. As your mind needs to be at its tune for a proper sleep as well as focusing in any job which demands your 100% worth, you feel the loss of harmony.
  • Appetite and Digestion – The physicians have experienced paradoxical results as a change in appetite and digestion after quit smoking. In some cases, the mental tension due to non-smoking of a cigarette has found to cause indigestion. In some other cases, the withdrawal of Nicotine has shown a direct impact on metabolism resulting in an additional appetite for the individual.

The Royal College of Physicians (http://www.rcplondon.ac.uk/) in their book, Nicotine Addiction in Britain, strictly denies the psychological effect of Nicotine in human beings. They say, “Demonstration of nicotine addiction and evidence of putative underlying neurobiological mechanisms in animals do not establish conclusively that nicotine has psychological effects in man. Furthermore, much of the evidence on the psychological effects of nicotine in man is derived from studies of smokers, and the question therefore arises as to how much any psychological effect of smoking is in fact attributable to nicotine”. 


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