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Withdrawal Symptoms of Quitting Smoking

  By posted Oct 27th 2012
Healthy Living

Nicotine’s chemical properties are addictive. If you take that nicotine away from your body, it will miss it and you will experience physical and mental withdrawal symptoms. These symptoms surface after three-five days of quitting smoking and linger for approximately two weeks. We list out some of these symptoms to help you prepare for these side-effects to smoking cessation. Rest assured that these symptoms, while some are unpleasant, will only be transitionary and once you're rid of them, will leave you feeling much better after quitting smoking. *Images courtesy: © Thinkstock photos/ Getty Images

 

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