If you are a smoker, when the blood level of nicotine falls, you usually develop withdrawal symptoms such as restlessness, increased appetite, inability to concentrate, irritability, dizziness, constipation, nicotine craving, or just feeling awful. These symptoms begin within a few hours after having the last cigarette. If they are not relieved by the next cigarette, withdrawal symptoms get worse. If you do not smoke any more cigarettes, the withdrawal symptoms peak after about 24 hours, and then gradually ease over about 2-4 weeks. So, most smokers smoke regularly to prevent withdrawal symptoms.

Since nicotine is so strongly addictive medical approaches help the smoker to accommodate withdrawal. Zyban and Champix are two widely prescribed medications with proven success records in helping smokers give up the habit.

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