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What to Expect When Quitting Smoking
Quitting tobacco can be hard, not only because nicotine is so addictive, but because smoking can become part of a daily routine. When you’re planning to quit smoking, it’s good to know what you can expect so that you can be better prepared.
Often, people who quit smoking may:
- Have withdrawal symptoms such as irritability, anxiety and anger
- Miss the social and routine aspects of smoking
- Feel emotional stress
If you’re trying to quit smoking, you don’t have to do it alone.