Nicotine Withdrawal Symptoms

What to expect when you stop smoking

Those who have smoked regularly for a few weeks or longer, and suddenly stop using tobacco or greatly reduce the amount smoked, will have withdrawal symptoms. Symptoms usually start within a few hours of the last cigarette and peak about 2 to 3 days later when most of the nicotine and its by-products are out of the body.

Withdrawal symptoms can last from a few days to up to several weeks. The first couple of days are the hardest. After that, it gets easier and easier every day. 

Withdrawal symptoms can include any of the following: 

- dizziness - may only last 1 to 2 days after quitting 

- depression 

- anxiety 

- irritability 

- insomnia, nightmares 

- trouble concentrating 

- inability to relax

- headaches, migraines

- lack of energy

- increased appetite, cravings 

- weight gain 

- digestion problems, constipation, gas, bloating, cramps 

- cough

- chest tightness 

,- dry mouth, metal taste

- access mucus, stuffy nose

- flu-like symptoms, body aches

QuitGo is the Only Smoke-Free Inhaler with a soft tip chewable mouth grip that provides oral fixation relief to help you cope with those cravings and other quit smoking symptoms so you can overcome the urge to smoke naturally, without any nicotine, addictive harmful chemicals. The QuitGo inhaler is satisfying and feels amazing to use. You can puff on it, bite on it, flick it or chew on it anytime you get an urge or a craving to smoke.

Recommended as an aid to support tobacco cessation programs.