Felt dizzy, sweats profusely behind head. Had quit smoking, started vaping. Nicotine withdrawal?
Hi, i quit smoking immediately after i start vaping. Its been a week or to be exact 9 days and i haven't had a single cigarette since that day. The thing is last night i felt like i was about to go down with fever and when i woke up this morning i felt dizzy and whenever stoop my head down everything seems to go round n round till i stand straight again. its kinda momentarily n the dizziness will go away in a while.is this nicotine withdrawal? by the way i sweat profusely behind my head sometimes..please advise.thanks
From your description, it seems that you are suffering from nicotine withdrawal as the symptoms are related to short-term and withdrawal effects. Early effects of withdrawal from nicotine addiction include deficiencies in basal dopamine levels that might initiate drug-seeking and usage. The other symptoms you are presently should subside within a couple of days and you should feel a little better. Other long term withdrawal symptoms do exist and you will have to face them in the future which might lead to relapse if your will power is not sufficient enough. In order to completely get through this, you will need to undergo a smoking cessation program. Vaping is a good way to go about it and nicotine gum can help further.
yes its basically nicotine withdrawl symptoms...u can cope with it by giving ure body nicotine through a different way e.g by taking coffee or tea more frequently than u did before ...nicotine chewing gums is another solution to your problem...whenever u withdraw ure body from componants that have addictive properties ure bound to get withdrawl symptoms..so try the obove mentioned rememdies that would help..take care..
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