Electronic Cigarette To Stop Smoking
Smokers require a certain amount of nicotine, the addictive compound found in tobacco, in order to avoid withdrawal symptoms. Even with NRT, the user would generally experience some withdrawal symptoms, although less severe. Therefore, it is key to know what are the usual withdrawal symptoms and to acquire skills to help you deal with such symptoms. Not all quitters will experience all of these symptoms, but some will most likely occur.
"Tobacco withdrawal symptoms are the physical and mental changes that occur following interruption, reduction or termination of tobacco use. They are temporary and are the product of physical or psychological adaptation to long-term tobacco use (in other words the smoker's mind and body gets used to having nicotine in their system), requiring a period of readjustment when tobacco is no longer used." Continue reading