i called my boyfriend and he was caughing i know what that means becuase i used to do that sort of stuff . now i dont and i want to get away from it. i told him to stop before but it doesnt seem like ...
hiya i was just wondering if it sounded like i had asthma .it runs in family with my mum ,brother and my gran and other reletives.I get out of breath only sometimes when im exercising , i get a pain ...
mostly likely the stress of it might cause you to be tired more than normal, but cigarettes are stimulants like coffee, so maybe that little bit of energy you are used to, you aren't getting because of lack of cigarettes and thats what making you tired, substitute naurals stimulants like caffine, apparently there is more caffine in an apple than there is in a cup of coffee! so have an apple in the moring instead of coffee and eat natural foods to give you energy and keep you healthy and stick to not smoking! easier said than done but good luck!
it's completely normal ^_^ you always feel wierd after quitting smoking, drinking, drugs...anything like that... you were addicted to it so now your body has to get used to not having nicotine in it..you have to get used to it... it takes time but you can do it! don't give up! think: A you might get cancer B YOU'LL SMELL LIKE TAR!! people won't wanna kiss you ^_^ you're doing the right thing! for your body and your social life ^_^ you can count on that..
because nicotine is a stimulant a pick me up with out it you feel unstimulated and let down
The answers seem OK, but no matter how tired you feel, please do not start smoking again. Smoking is the worst habit anyone can have. I know, I smoked for years, but was able to quit cold turkey, but felt badly for months. Stick it out, PLEASE!
because your body is repairing itself form the smoke damage and your lungs are not use to being clean and nicotine free. Give it sometime and your body will feel much better.
Congrats on quitting.
If you've quit, did you substitute smoking with eating. Many times smokers who quit substitute food for there cravings for nicotine. Mostly cookies, cakes, chips and cola. These are high in carbohydrates, which make you sleepy.
Obviously, it's a minor stimulant and you're denying yourself the "dopamine" (brain's reward system to satisfy cravings) that keeps you energized. As far as trying to quit anything, I think the biggest blessing is more sleep, as your new, more sober life is not quite as gratifying as chasing your vices.