Nicotine withdrawal symptoms - the unpleasurables.
Nicotine withdrawal symptoms are not necessarily the same as nicotine side effects. Withdrawal symptoms of nicotine specifically refers to the symptoms that occur on discontinuation or reduced dosage of the intake of nicotine. It also doesn't matter altogether how the nicotine is administered whether through smoking tobacco or smokeless tobacco such as chewing tobacco.
Nicotine side effects refer to the negative effects of nicotine use aside from the pleasure derived. In other words the cost of enjoying nicotine.
Nicotine withdrawal symptoms are experienced by nicotine users who are quitting smoking or reducing the dosage intake of nicotine. This can either be cold turkey quitting or through the use of nicotine replacement therapies (NRTs). Symptoms range from mild to moderate and severe and this varies from individual to individual.
A logical and orderly presentation of the respective symptoms is product based. Some symptoms may be unique to individuals and some perhaps unknown.
What follows are common known withdrawal symptoms;
Withdrawal symptoms- Nicotine gum
Nicotine gum helps you to quit by gradually reducing the amount of nicotine you take. However your body will notice it and hit back as following for a limited time.
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