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Trying to quit smoking? Nicotine withdrawal affects...

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The number one killer in the United States is Lung Cancer. This has been something that has been mentioned on several occasions, however, regardless of the amount of awareness, people seem to be oblivious to this knowledge. If you happen to know this information, please feel free to pass it around in a polite and non judgmental way. For some people, this knowledge will give them more motivation to quit. But, if you are sitting here and wondering about why it is so hard for you to quit, it is because nicotine is highly addictive. There are many withdrawal symptoms that may occur before you are able to feel fine and functioning correctly. 

According to the A.D.A.M. Medical Encyclopedia, tobacco and nicotine can be as addictive as cocaine and morphine. This can give you a sense of what kind of valley you are looking to face when you are trying to quit. So do not feel discouraged, others are most likely going through the same symptoms when they attempt to quit. The most common symptoms that occur upon quitting smoking include the following:


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“With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible (Matthew 19:26)."