Nicotine Withdrawal Directory
Nicotine withdrawal symptoms may include headaches, anxiety, nausea, and tobacco cravings. These symptoms are a result of a lack of nicotine, a substance to which the body may become addicted. Withdrawal symptoms are the worst about two days after quitting and may last for about six months. While some people quit smoking cold turkey, many look to aids such as medications, patches, gum, and more. These may help ease the effects of nicotine withdrawal. To stay motivated, reward yourself, and don't let little setbacks hinder your overall goal. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how nicotine withdrawal occurs, what its symptoms are, how to treat it, and much more.
Diabetes and Smoking
Smoking is a killer for people with diabetes. Here are tips on how to quit.
Quit Smoking for Your Heart’s Sake
Smokers are more likely to develop high blood pressure and heart disease. Here are some tips to help you quit smoking.
Asthma and Smoking
Smoking and asthma don't go together. WebMD gives you tips on giving up smoking.
Smoking and Heart Disease
Smoking is a major cause of heart disease. WebMD tells you why -- and how to quit cigarettes for good.
The Romance of a Good Smoke
When couples try to quit, understanding how they use cigarettes in their relationships could help them succeed.
Addicted to Dipping
Chewing tobacco may be perceived as manly and tough, but it's also costly in terms of your health.
Addicted to Nicorette
Many smokers have kicked the habit only to get hooked on something that was supposed to help: nicotine chewing gum. Just how dangerous is it?
10 Overlooked Reasons to Quit Smoking
If you need more incentive to quit smoking, here are some reasons that you may not know about.
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13 Best Quit-Smoking Tips Ever
Quitting smoking is not easy, but the many health benefits are worth it! Use these practical tips to kick the cigarette habit for good.
Quitting Smoking -- Tips for the First Hard Days
Giving up cigarettes can be hard, but you can do it. WebMD shows you some hints and tips to help you make it through the first tough days when you quit smoking.