Question by  walterhomayoon (68)

What are the symptoms of nicotine withdrawal?

How long do they last?


Answer by  Tony38 (215)

Cravings, irritability, insomnia, and fatigue. These symptoms can last anywhere from 3-10 days, varying from person to person. The worst is usually the cravings.


Answer by  Christian9247 (5042)

These symptoms can vary as everyone is biologically different. Headaches can occur, shaking and nervousness can occur as these are the two most common symptoms. Your appetite may change as you might feel a need to eat more. The most common is also sweats as your body adjusts to not being given the fix it has become use to.


Answer by  Trueakitalover (1728)

The symptoms can last for up to six months long. The symptoms are as follows, irritability, anger, headache, nausea, craving for more nicotine, tingling, sweating, and anxiety are common, you will notice memory lapses also. You will also notice cold symptoms such as colds, coughing, sore throat, You may even think you have developed allergies to the nasal drip.


Answer by  Brett (7986)

Nicotine withdrawals vary from person to person (depending on how heavy a user in most cases). Signs are typically overeating, anxiety and depression.


Answer by  Brett (7986)

There are many symptoms of nicotine withdrawal, some of which include irritability, anxiety, lack of sleep, craving for foods (and other types of things which would compensate for nicotine), etc.

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