Transitional Body Conditions When Accustomed To Smoking And Stopping Smoking?
Astari's father's action to stop smoking is very appropriate and needs support from the whole family. Although all smokers know that smoking is not good, it is not easy to stop smoking and nicotine withdrawal symptoms are real symptoms.
Nicotine is a substance that is strong enough so that even if you only smoke a few weeks, there will be symptoms of withdrawal or withdrawal symptoms when you stop. Usually these symptoms depend on how long you smoke and how much you smoke a day. The symptoms can last several days to several weeks. Symptoms of nicotine withdrawal can involve physical, mental and emotional. The first weeks, usually the worst. When the body clears nicotine in the body, there will be headaches, difficulty sleeping and a strong desire to smoke. Symptoms that may arise are:
Changes in appetite. Nicotine usually reduces appetite, and people who stop smoking a few weeks will want sweet foods. Therefore, some people who stop smoking can gain weight. A strong sense of wanting to smoke, which usually comes when it lasts 15-20 minutes. When this happens it is best to avoid triggers, for example avoid people who smoke cough. A smoker cannot clean the respiratory tract properly because cilia (fine hair in the respiratory tract) are damaged. When it starts to improve, there will usually be a mild cough for a few weeks. Headaches and dizziness, usually the first symptoms and not too severe Weak tired fatigue, because nicotine is a stimulant. If you usually use nicotine, you may get tired Constipation or difficulty CHAPTER Anxious, difficult to concentrate, irritable
Although the above symptoms can be disturbing, they can disappear over time and the body becomes accustomed to the absence of nicotine. Astari may give Astari's father a multivitamin that is sold freely as long as Astari's father does not have certain medical conditions that require prior consultation with a doctor such as liver and kidney disorders.
For more, Astari can read: Effective Ways to Stop Smoking
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