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I Get Dizzy When I Smoke A Cigarette
If this is new: and you haven't switched to a new brand, I would see your doctor. Inexperienced smokers commonly get dizzy with smoking, but at your age I am assuming you have smoked for 25+ years. If you are smoking much more than you used to, that may explain it, either because of higher nicotine and carbon monoxide levels, or because you are hyperventilating. Maybe this would be a good time to quit. ...Read more
What can cause me to get dizzy while smoking cigarettes? I smoke regularly and have been for a few year but all of a sudden i've been getting dizzy.
Too much smoking: If you are inhaling your cigarette fast, you will get dizzy. Another reason to stop this bad habit that will kill you. ...Read more
What type of cigs?: Nicotine cigarettes don't usually cause dizziness, but could since nicotine provides a stimulant brain effect increasing BP and heart rate. Other types of cigarettes like cannabis could certainly cause dizziness. Even e-cigs can have weird effects with the vaporized substances in them. Bottom line: why smoke anything at all? Best to see your doctor to evaluate your dizziness & light-headedness. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My Friend is 53. He smokes 5 cigarettes a day. Every time he finishes a cigarette he feels a little dizzy. What could a possible cause? Thank you drs.
Nicotine: Nicotine causes some immediate responses in the body like blood vessel constriction and release of stress hormones. These changes are probably causing his symptoms. He needs to look at this as his body telling him to stop smoking. Anything you can do to encourage him to quit would be the best thing you could do as a friend. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have just smoked 11 cigarettes of marlborow red in less than 5 hours and I feel so dizzy and so sick and diseased what should i do now ??
Smoker-marlborow red: Most probably you overdid it. You may have cerebral arterial constriction, and should stop this habit. Induces COPD, Cancer, all types of infections, ETC. go to a smoking cessation clinic, otherwise you will regret for life. Smoking and nicotine withdrawal can both cause symptoms of dizziness because of factors involving the single thing that a human being needs most to exist: oxygen. Researchers and smokers have known this for a while, and studies completed since 2003 also indicate that a smoker inherits the tendency to experience this side effect, and this has some serious implications. When you inhale on a cigarette, your body takes in a number of noxious gases. One of these is carbon monoxide, also a component in car exhaust, and it is the primary cause of dizziness when you smoke. Carbon monoxide pushes out the oxygen in your blood and replaces it. Dizziness will occur immediately, after just one cigarette, and is more noticeable if you’ve abstained for a while. Hydrogen cyanide, an insecticide, is also contained in cigarettes. In high doses it can make your heart beat irregularly, which causes dizziness when blood flow to your brain is disrupted. ...Read more
Why do I get dizzy when smoking cigarettes? I've been smoking a long time and this just started! i've even passed out from it.
Clogged arteries: Toxic chemicals in cigarette smoke can clog arteries (atherosclerosis). Nicotine can further narrow the arteries by causing muscle around the arteries to go in to spasm. If it affects the arteries supplying blood to the brain, one can experience these symptoms. Stop smoking and seek medical help. ...Read more
I smoked 9 cigarettes in a row, now i feel nauseous and dizzy, also i can barely walk and I have cold sweat. Why? What can I do?
Dizzy after smoking a cigarette... And meds change i'm 19 years old and i take deppresion medication called wellbutrin i just started it a month ago...
I am experiencing dizziness after smoking cigarettes
i only smoke at night and I am usually walking my
The : The dizziness that you are experiencing are most likely due to nicotine, one key ingredient in tobacco smoke. Nicotine has a number of effects on central nervous system and it also activates the sympathetic nervous system and by acting via splanchnic nerves on the adrenal medulla, stimulates the release of Epinephrine (also known as adrenaline) into the bloodstream. Epinephrine increases heart rate and constricts blood vessels, which results in elevation of blood pressure. I wonder if what you are experiencing are actually the effects of released epinephrine. It is hard to tell if your taking any of the medications you described could have any interactions with the nicotine, other smoke ingredients or the released epinephrine. It is possible. However, at this point one good strategy that could very likely improve your health and quality of life would be to refrain from smoking. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
To make you stop: That is your bodies way of telling you to quit. ...Read more
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