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Strange feeling in mouth, light headed, smoker. Cause of concern?

Yesterday, I was smoking with my friends, having a good time and all that. Like all day, and today, I been having this strange feeling in my mouth, it s like weird. And plus it feels like I m out of it all the time, thinking and touching feels strange too. And I believe that I am sorta light headed, I m not sure. I m just wondering if there is anything wrong with me.
Asked On : Sun, 14 Oct 2012
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Addiction Medicine Specialist 's  Response

I can think of two possible reasons for your symptoms. One, you smoked (including second-hand smoke) more than waht is usual for you and an excess of nicotine in your body has caused the light-headedness. Secondly, it is possible that you smoked marijuana or were passively exposed to it. Of course, both may be true as well. In addition, heavy drinking may also contribute to the same. But there is no need to worry as the symptoms will improve and you will be fine in a few days.

Best wishes.
Answered: Tue, 18 Jun 2013
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