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Trouble Sleeping After Quitting Smoking
How long after?: If you just quit smoking very recently, the wheezing can come from the resultant increase in sputum production that occurs after the bronchial tree's mucociliary elevator starts up again (long story) and as such may stop after several weeks. However, the fear would be that emphysema has already set in, and this wheeze would be permanent, then. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Smoking any tobacco product is harmful to your baby, including "light" cigarettes, cigars (and marijuana). Like any addiction, quitting tobacco is difficult, especially if you are acting alone. Most smokers find it hard to break all the habits or ties they've built into their lives around smoking. Quitting smoking does reduce a number of ...Read more
Possibilities...: Your cough may be a sign of bronchospasm. It is possible you have COPD as a result of your smoking. Smoking cessation is necessary to decrease airway inflammation so congrats on quitting. You need to see your doctor so this cough can be diagnosed and treated. There is no cure for COPD but treatments are available to control symptoms, including the cough so see your doctor asap! ...Read more
In General Yes: Exercise is recommended even for patients who have advanced lung disease. SOB should be investigated by a doctor first to find out what's causing it and whether something needs to be done. Common causes include asthma, anemia (low blood count), emphysema and reconditioning. ...Read more
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Varies: Typically, two weeks before your nicotine addiction is assuaged. However, psychological addiction can take longer to conquer. People have "drug dreams" with nicotine for years after cessation. Don't give in to cravings when they happen. Be resolved to stop smoking. See: ask for support http://health.Nih.Gov/topic/smokingcessation/from the nih website on smoke cessation. ...Read more
What symphoms are normal 3 months after quiting smoking. Still have dry cough and breathing difficulty?
New?: It would be helpful to know if these symptoms were present while you were smoking or if they are new since you quit. Either way, pulmonary function testing would be helpful to see if you have chronic airway inflammation resulting in a diagnosis of copd. You may also have bronchospasm causing these symptoms. See your doctor so these symptoms can be diagnosed and then treated. Congrats on quitting! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
Im smoking cigarette so much.Daily 20+ ciggarette.I was starting before 2year ago.How to leave smoking.
Cold turkey.: As far as quitting without any nicotine replacement, the cold turkey method is great. But plan it ahead of time. Pick a quit date in advance, maybe a meaningful date like a birthday or holiday, and gather people who are aware of your attempt that you can call upon for moral support if you start to falter. Good luck!! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've been smoking/vaping e cigs blue brand, for the last 4 months and I have trouble breathing, stuffy nose, trouble catching breath?
smoking: If you haven't smoked long enough to get permanent damage to the lungs, the shortness of breath can go away. ...Read more
Trouble sleeping, not drinking, no trouble breathing, regularly sleeping habits 10pm-7am... But i'm waking up 5-10x / night for 1-5 minutes at a time?
I am experiencing wheezing (worsened by: lying flat, exposure to secondhand smoke, smoking, worse at night) , difficulty breathing (worsened by: lying flat) (quality: noisy) (time frame: gradual onset) (severity: moderate) and cough (worsened by: lying
Wheezing: Your symptoms are strongly suggestive of bronchial asthma or asthmatic bronchitis and are severe enough to warrant an examination and possibly a chest X-Ray as well as medications like inhalers, corticosteroids and maybe a course of antibiotics.Don't let your symptoms go too long without treatment as a very prolonged period of illness would be likely. ...Read more
Unlikely: Congratulations on quitting smoking! it is not known why people develop allergies, but it has not been linked to stopping smoking. A lung disease called hypersensitivity pneumonitis can have less acute breathing episodes in smokers, as smoke interferes with lung macrophage function, but these persons can have significant chronic breathing issues. Don't resume smoking; see an allergist! ...Read more
After I quit smoking marijuana I've been fatigued badly can't sleep and just dint feel well with trouble breathing at times I quit a week and half ago?
Do you have: a tendency to addiction or substance abuse? Did you feel dependent on marijuana or any other mood altering substance? If so, you will benefit from further care for a substance dependency disorder. Please consult with your doctor, be completely honest about any and all drug and alcohol use and have a complete physical exam. Then, if advised, consider follow up therapy to address your recovery.Often use of mood altering substances is a method of self treatment of other mental health needs. Proper diagnosis will allow you to have targeted and correct treatment. ...Read more
Many women complain that they have trouble sleeping when they are pregnant. Try not to eat just before bedtime. Consider taking a warm bath at bedtime to help you relax. As your abdomen gets bigger, you may want to lie on your side with a pillow under your abdomen and a pillow between ...Read more
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