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Feeling sweaty, warm, uncomfortable after smoking cigarette. Dizziness, nausea, feeling faint. What is happening?

Hi. I ve been smoking for 5 years, but now every time i smoke a cigarette, i get an instead sweat, i feel very warm, uncomfortable, which leads me to nausea , dizziness , and almost fainting . I feel that my blood pressure builds up, cause i can feel it in my head, and then if i sit down or lay down for a while, it all goes away, and i become perfectly fine again. What is happening to me. I m a young 17 year old male. Is there anything wrong with my heart i should be concerned about? Email is YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Sat, 10 Nov 2012
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Dear Concerned,
Thanks for writing to us.
Smoking affects almost all the systems in the body.But immediate effects are on Respiratory and Circulatory systems.You are developing the toxic effects of more than 4000chemicals and out of them 70 chemicals are known to cause cancer.To make a cigarette they add more than 68 chemicals additives which are also harmful to human body.
Mainly the nicotinic side effects are being described by you have caused raise in your systemic BP leading to sweating ,nausea,dizziness,uncomfortable fainting type of feeling.
The only answer to your problem is for yourself to attend a self help group of personnel in your area to start Quitting the smoking habit as it provides better will power to you.
.Whenever you start the craving kindly substitute the same with a chewable Vitamin Tab/Chocolate.Even if you are very badly addicted, you may request a trusted doctor for a substitute of Nicotine Patch/Chewing Gum with Nicotine content.
Gradually reduce the no of Nicotine Substitute/taper and finally quit the habit.
Consult a Psychiatryst and also a physician for systemic Examination and routine investigations for your treatment for the present condition also in addition to above measures.
Daily regular workouts and Excercises also reduce your cravings for Smoking.
Get well soon.
Best regards,
Dr Lt Cdr ASN Bhushan.
Answered: Sun, 11 Nov 2012
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