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When smokers try to quit smoking, they often experience symptoms of nicotine addiction and nicotine withdrawal. These include mood swings, dizziness, constipation, sleep disturbances, and headache. They can also include fatigue, irritability, anxiety, carvings for tobacco, hunger, tremors, and difficulty concentrating. The symptoms of nicotine withdrawal can be very intense and make it seem nearly impossible to quit....more about Smoking Cessation »
The list of signs and symptoms mentioned in various sources for Smoking Cessation includes the 26 symptoms listed below:
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