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Smoking Incense Side Effects
"side effects??? ": I don;t think I would consider chronic bronchitis and emphysema (COPD), being unable to get enough oxygen and going into heart failure, developing arteriosclerosis and having heart attack or stroke, or getting any of large number of cancers (mostly lung, head and neck, but many others) to be "side effects." They are the complications of using a poisonous substance over time. And there are more.
Panic, seizures,: Psychosis, dissociation, racing thoughts, racing heartbeat, etc. Severe anxiety and psychosis can persist when the drug/s are stopped. Spice is a generic term for many different synthetic cannabinoids; they affect the same receptors as marijuana but are unpredictable in their effects. The drug/s are very addicting and often unpleasant in effect. It's unknown if they affect women differently.
Yes, mild & worth it: Stopping smoking is the best thing you can do for your health. You will have temporary withdrawal symptoms, after which the main side effect will be some coughing as your lung starts to clear out the toxins that have been deposited. But you will feel better in many ways! See www. Everydayhealth. Com/smoking-cessation/immediate-and-long-term-benefits. Aspx, http://whyquit. Com/ & http://smokefree. Gov/.See 1 more doctor answer
Smoking can cause many side effects and it shortens my life but if I quit, will those effects go away or will they stay in my body forever?
The longer you: Quit, the closer your lungs come to being completely normal
Lots: Possible effects of marijuana: anxiety, depression, fear, panic, delusions, hallucinations, losing touch with reality, inattentiveness, short-term memory problems, disturbances of thought processes. You might feel tired, have poor concentration, slowed reaction times & slowed problem solving. Some people develop a dry mouth, have a rapid heart rate or may feel hungry.
Cognition & emotion: Thc dulls mentation and distorts mood; some people are especially vulnerable and develop minor major paranoid states. Repetition of these mental states just by itself tends to embed them making them harder and harder to reverse (and to reclaim "lost" time). In vulnerable people, thc can trigger overt mental disorder that can be lifelong. Best to avoid in spite of opo approval.See 1 more doctor answer
Insanity: Bad drug with severe side effects like lsd.
Respiratory irritant: I don't know specifics about smoking coffee. But any foriegn material that you inhale could act as a respiratory irritant.
Main?: Here' s just a few: possible effects of marijuana: anxiety, depression, fear, panic, delusions, hallucinations, losing touch with reality, inattentiveness, short-term memory problems, disturbances of thought processes. Fatigue, poor concentration, slowed reaction times & slowed problem solving.
Potentially: Although cannabis is well tolerated by many, it can have disatrous impacts on others. Possible effects of marijuana: anxiety, depression, fear, panic, delusions, hallucinations, losing touch with reality, inattentiveness, short-term memory problems, disturbances of thought processes. Fatigue, poor concentration, slowed reaction times & slowed problem solving.
Addiction.: You could easily become addicted, and then move on to harder drugs and create a lifetime problem for yourself. Don't start down this destructive path.See 1 more doctor answer
I have recently just stopped smoking after 6 years. I am now 20. I stopped suddenly, will there be any side effects?
Shouldn't be: Nice job quitting. If you're feeling OK, there's nothing to worry about. It's a good time to increase your physical activity and feel even better. If you have withdrawal symptoms like craving or irritability, they will go away. Careful not to eat more (exercise) and congratulate yourself. Count the money you don't spend on cigs and enjoy!See 2 more doctor answers
I have stopped smoking and started chewing nikotex 2 mg chewing 8 per day. Is there any side effects with that. Please advice me.
Stop that..: It is better to stop those habits......
Does smoking/vaporizing a safe amount of pure nicotine cause any side effects (not counting addition)? What is a safe amount of nicotine a week?
No safe amount: Nicotine has plenty of immediate side effects; there is no safe amount.
They're temporary: There's very little down side to stopping tobacco, and huge benefits that last forever. "Side effects" are highly variable, meaning some people have none, and some have temporary discomfort and other symptoms of withdrawal. Such as being irritable, sleepy, etc. These go away. Some folks crave certain foods, and may gain weight. Drink water. More info at http://smokefree. Gov/steps-to-prepareSee 1 more doctor answer
Variable: The most difficult effects are over within a week. Occasionally, patients will have sporadic cravings off and on for longer periods that lessen in intensity with time.See 1 more doctor answer
Possible infection: Mold in a bong or bubbler could possibly infect the lung since mucous that normally protects lung lining may not be as protective in chronic smoker. Also "mold" could also have other organisms such as legionella or other serious bacteria in the water that could cause serious infection to others using equipment.
count the ways: Nicotine paralizes cilia in lung causes more serious infections, cough, gross phlegm. Co weakens you and has the same effect as anemia. The smoke destroys the lung leading to emphesema. Your skin gets coarse and premature aging. Teeth/fingers get yellow. You smell gross. Oh yes, cancer of lungs, mouth, stomach and other organs. Also, anxiety, depression. But it might look cool.
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