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Smoking and Tobacco

NICOTINE WITHDRAWAL

09/10/2001

Question:

WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS OF NICOTINE WITHDRAWAL?

Answer:

Common symptoms include anxiety, trouble sleeping, irritability, impatience, craving tobacco, restlessness, difficulty concentrating, drowsiness, increased appetite, and headache.

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Response by:

Jerry   Friemoth, MD Jerry Friemoth, MD
Associate Professor
College of Medicine
University of Cincinnati