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Quitting smoking has many short and long term benefits. This is not a problem to ask how the body will react to this condition: signs of detraction, weight gain, stress? The information below provides a brief overview.
Symptoms of withdrawal (or withdrawal)
When you quit smoking, you may experience various symptoms due to lack dose in the body. These negative effects are called “withdrawal symptoms” or “withdrawal symptoms”.
Common signs of withdrawal are:
- urgent and irreparable sting of smoke
- conducive to disturbances
- by anxiety
- they disturb sleep;
- hunger and constipation
These symptoms usually begin between 2 and 72 hours after delays and last for 10 to 30 days. Their intensity is stronger after 3-4 days continuously, gradually decreasing. They can vary greatly from person to person. The nicotine substitute as well as buproprion (Zyban) or varenicline (Champix) can help decrease symptoms of depletion.
One of the main risks when quitting smoking is weight gain. If it is possible to get between 3 and 4 kg of slack, this is not necessary. Some smokers do not receive weight loss after delay. It is not necessary to go on a diet, but take time to think about a balanced diet, and don’t hesitate to ask your doctor or dietitian for advice.
Several factors can explain weight gain when you quit smoking;
- eating is a compensation for smoking;
- An increased appetite is a sign of incessant withdrawal;
- the dose which has the influence of increasing industrial expenditure in the crest of the mountains. Therefore, smoking a little more calories per day will burn your body.
Some tips to avoid weight gain:
- nicotine replacement therapy, which helps to control weight gain during the onset of withdrawal;
- to move more
- to eat less fat and less sugar;
- to drink enough water per day;
- they eat regularly, without leaving out the food, in order to avoid lusts.
Antenne des Dietétiens Genevois organizes a course in 3 sessions to acquire good eating habits. See more in the “Stop Prayer” section.
Fear, irritability, stress
When stopping smoking, you may experience irritation and stress due to lack of dose. Symptoms are common, but usually not intermittent for long periods. They can be replaced by using substituting restrictions.
Many smokers say they smoke because it pays off. This sense of smoking relaxes the false interpretation of the meanings given by the body. A smoker suffers from symptoms including two cigarettes (nervous, irritation, concentration problems), which he attributes to stress. Everyone makes these symptoms go away, because the body gets back again dosewhich specifies anti-force.
The truth is that Tobacco is a physical stressor. Smoking instead stimulates and slightly increases blood pressure and heart rate. By suppressing smoking this reduces stress over the long term.