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Those who are trying to quit an addiction to nicotine will have to face many withdrawal symptoms. These should not scare you into giving up hope on quitting tobacco products, but they may help you understand what you are going to face when you decide to quit. We know it can be stressful trying to give up nicotine. Luckily, you can find trained therapists on GoMentor.com, who can help you deal with your nicotine withdrawal symptoms. Treatment for withdrawal from nicotine is possible. With the right help, you may be able win the battle against nicotine withdrawal and stop your nicotine addiction.
Symptoms of Nicotine Withdrawal
The symptoms you will face when trying to quit nicotine can be broken up into two main categories - physical and emotional. One or the other may be more difficult for some people, but both can take quite a bit to overcome. That said, here is a short list of some of the emotional and physical symptoms you may face with nicotine withdrawal.
- Headaches - Painful and frequent headaches may occur when the body begins to adjust to the lack of nicotine.
- Nausea - An upset stomach may be a problem for some people suffering from nicotine withdrawal.
- Problems sleeping - Trouble getting to sleep and staying asleep come with withdrawal from nicotine.
- Anxiety - Nervousness is one of the side-effects of coming off a nicotine addiction.
- Irritability - Snapping at others, yelling, and being upset more than happy is another sign of nicotine withdrawal.
- Depression - Mild or severe depression may also come with quitting nicotine, making it even more difficult to stop.
There are other symptoms that some people may face, but these are the major ones that you should be concerned about. If you want to try to quit your nicotine addiction, but you need help with the nicotine withdrawal stage, there is help.
Treatment for Nicotine Withdrawal Symptoms
Quitting a nicotine addiction can be one of the most difficult things to do because it is a physical and psychological addiction. The good news is that the online therapy you can get from therapists on GoMentor.com can help you with the symptoms of nicotine withdrawal. Trained therapists are here to help you deal with the side effects of quitting nicotine. The psychological dependence is sometimes the most difficult for people to overcome, which is where online counseling and therapy come in. In addition to the therapists, we also have an online forum with other people who are going through the same thing.
Definition of Nicotine Withdrawal
Nicotine withdrawal refers to the symptoms that appear when a person stops using nicotine products. These range from irritability, headaches, sweating, nausea, anxiety, and depression. Other emotional and physical symptoms of nicotine withdrawal exist, but therapy can help you cope with kicking the habit.
Symptoms of / Reasons for Nicotine Withdrawal
- Sleeping problems
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