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Side effects of nicotine - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   Hi I have been smoking cigarettes causually now for a year (maybe once every 2 weeks) Recently though, I have been feeling sick and weak after I have one. Why is this?
Doctor :   Hi
User :   Hi
User :   are you still there?
Doctor :   explain sick ness?
User :   light headed, weak arms and legs
User :   nausea
Doctor :   Do u have cough/weight loss/ breathlesness/ chest pain/ decreases appetite?
User :   no
User :   its only after i have a cigarette
User :   and its only happend a couple of times
User :   but i just had one and within 2 puffs i felt sick
Doctor :   may be from exhaustion
User :   this has happend to be before as well , i am not tired or anything
Doctor :   nicotine relieases excess chemicall from brain
Doctor :   And after release your chemical come back to normal or decreased stage
Doctor :   the state of difference
Doctor :   state of high neurotransmitters
Doctor :   and state of low neurotranmitters
Doctor :   when they are high u feel good
Doctor :   when they are low you feel sick, low
Doctor :   fatigue
Doctor :   How old are u?
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