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Pressure Headache After Smoking Meth
The medical term is cephalalgia. It is a feeling of pain that can occur on either both sides or just one side of the head or neck. Headaches can be sharp, dull, or throbbing, and can radiate to different areas of the head. They typically last less than an hour but can ...Read more
Hand/pedal edema smoking crystal meth, will resolve after high pressures/vasoactivity are normalized when quit meth? No cardio/renal symptoms now.
Every choice we: make can leave a footprint in our body and mind. The Good News is that we can reverse many of these. Please start by stopping smoking and see your doctor and tell him/her. Your doc will examine you and monitor you and hopefully you may return to good health. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Legal or not...: ... Your body doesn't care. Headache is a very common and non-specific symptom, and it can certainly occur after smoking anything. It could be due to a minor lack of oxygen, eye irritation from the smoke, direct effect of thc, lots of things. All drugs, legal and otherwise, can have side-effects. If you get headaches, consider curtailing your use. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
probably not: People who quit smoking often have better control of their blood pressure. They are able to exercise more, which helps blood pressure and overall health. Using nicotine patches should be a temporary thing - although you should use them as long as it takes to 'learn' how to get through the day -- without lighting up! call 1-800-quit now for more info and great coaching to help you get through it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Immediately: The difficulty is to stay sober and off all drugs in the long run. Stay the course! ...Read more
I'm quitting smoking cold turkey, but my head hurts and i'm light headed, could that be from withdraws?
I'm recovering from gum surgury. No exercise (raising blood pressure) for 7 days. Does sex raise blood pressure?
Possible: and if it did, what a great bonus for you. quit smoking and you will lower your risk a host of chronic diseases, ie cardiovascular disease, cancer, COPD etc., and if you have the result of lowering your BP so much to come off your anti-hypertension medication, then you have killed two birds with one stone so to speak. Good luck with that endeavor. ...Read more
2-4 days: The clearance rate for nicotine from blood is between two to four days. So, if you can refrain from smoking for a week prior to the test, it is unlikely that a medical screening test would be sensitive enough to detect that you were a smoker. If you are smoker havy smoker for long time it my take longer. ...Read more
Anxiety symptoms feeling that leg won't work after heavy drinking head dizziness when smoking/ eating all tests CT MRI bloods clear. Smoked spice?
Spice and more: Smoking spice is dangerous, since you don't know what's truly in it. It contains unidentified herbs sprayed with designer thc-like substances -- in unknown quantities. People end up with all kinds of strange symptoms from smoking this stuff, which varies from place to place. Plus your alcohol use adds more problems -- increases anxiety & more. See doctor for help w/substance abuse. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes!!!: Congratulations on quitting! back in june, a study was published demonstrating that the longer one stops smoking, the better. This study also show benefit can be gained even in those who are older than 80yo. In other words, there's no age at which it's too late to quit smoking. Check out my interpretation of study at http://alvinblin.Blogspot.Com/2012/06/our-older-smokers-should-they-quit.Html. ...Read more
Heavy nasal fluid after smoking hookah(sheesha). Is this the cause? I'm smoker and smoked hookah on that day.
Extreme pressure behind eyes/heavy eyes fatigue and head pressure sense quitting antidepressant 6 months ago- all started while on it-tumor?brain ok?
Got it backwards : Nicotine (nicotinic) receprors are so named because they have an affinity for bonding with nicotine. That's where nicotine exerts its effects. They were there before you started using nicotine, and will be there after you stop. Think of any other receptor site that has an affinity for a specific biochemical (serotonin, dopamine, endorphin, acetylcholine, gaba, etc). ...Read more
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