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indifferent My nicotine withdrawal experience

I quit smoking since 20 April 2012. When I stop, I was suffering food poisoning. With this opportunity I resolve to quit smoking (cold turkey). The following are symptoms that occur to me since the first day I quit smoking:


3 days - 2 weeks = abdominal pain, high fever, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, fainting, loss of appetite, fatigue, blurred vision, loss of interest in the hobby.


As a result of all these symptoms, I did not attend the test at my college. I also vomit after I play badminton and begins to lose interest in that hobby. There was a day I feel tired all day and feel like want to die. The whole body feel cold, around me became silent, just heard my heart beat very fast.


2 weeks - 2 months = Anxiety, depression, high fever, nausea, vomiting, phlegm, sore throat, dry throat, loss of appetite, shortness of breath, lung irritation, chest tight, strong heartbeat, tiredness.


As a result of all these symptoms, I went to the doctor 2 times and tell me that I was normal but a little stress. Anxiety and depression is killing me. I feel like I want to die. Longing to cigarettes started playing in my mind. But I still managed to hold. Discomfort in my chest cause I think something strange such as lung cancer and heart disease. Perhaps this is the detox process.


2-4 months = Anxiety, shortness of breath, lung irritation, dizziness, fainting, sore throat, dry throat, strong heartbeat


At this time, I think my condition has improved. Only a few remaining symptoms. I have started doing normal activities in my college. Just short of breath and heart beat very fast that interfere with my activities.


4 months - now = Anxiety, shortness of breath, lung irritation, dizziness, sore throat, dry throat, strong heartbeat

Above symptoms often occur at night.


Notes:

Each person will experience different detox process as mental, physical, metabolic, etc.. Each person has a unique way to detox process. Some people are easy and some are like hell. I suggest you ALL PATIENT AND HAVE FAITH YOU ABLE TO QUIT SMOKING.


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