Quit smoking by Nguang Nguek Fluek

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Nicotine addiction is very powerful and you know it is tough to quit smoking if youve tried and failed. Most smokers become edgy just thinking about quitting. But why is it so hard? The answer is nicotine which is a drug naturally found in tobacco and is highly addictive. The body becomes psychologically and physically dependent on nicotine over time. To be successful in quitting you must overcome both of these.

Withdraw Symptoms

When you try to cut back or quit smoking, nicotines absence leads to withdraw symptoms. Psychologically, the smoker is giving up a habit, which means a major change in behavior. Physically, the absence of nicotine makes the body react. If you want to successfully quit smoking you must deal with both. Withdrawal symptoms can include depression, feelings of frustration and anger, trouble sleeping, restlessness, irritability, trouble concentrating, headache and increased appetite.

You may start smoke again to get rid of the symptoms but who said it will be easy to quit smoking? Withdrawal symptoms will occur if a person who has smoked regularly greatly reduces the amount smoked or abruptly stops using tobacco. Symptoms start after a...

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