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Struggling to quit smoking. Itchy feeling with pain in the chest. Why?

hi im pem 30 years old female, i ve been struggling for about 5 months to quit smoking . I can pass 2 weeks wihtout smoking. Then will smoke for 2 days and then 1 week without. i ve been smoking for 10 years everyday 4sticks and more. It s been 2 months since a 2 week or 1 week without smoke then 2 days with smoke. there s a pain and itchy thing i can feel in my chest near my left armpit. may I know what causes this and what shoul I do to ease the itchy and pain? thank you
Asked On : Fri, 29 Mar 2013
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quit cold turkey is the best. starting to smoke again after quitting simply means the nicotine drug addiction is tricking ur mind. relax and quit for health reasons.
first the nicotine addiction,the smoking habit and finally avoid trigger factors. in 1 month the addiction is gone and in a season u ll feel very good and u might not remember that u smoked.

breathe out through ur mouth as many times as possible. relaxation is the key whenever panicky thoughts arrive.
u can go for an ECG test.
Answered: Wed, 3 Apr 2013
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