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By Alpro Pharmacy
April 20, 2023
Nicotine is a stimulant that affects the brain and can lead to feelings of pleasure and relaxation. When you quit smoking, your body goes through withdrawal as it adjusts to the absence of nicotine. This can cause temporary physical and psychological symptoms, including moodiness, irritability, anxiety, and depression.
However, it’s important to note that these symptoms are usually temporary and typically last only a few weeks. After that, most people experience improved mood and mental well-being as their body continues to heal and adjust to life without nicotine.
It’s also important to note that there are many strategies that can help you manage moodiness and irritability during the quit smoking process.
Tips to manage moodiness and irritability:
In conclusion, while it’s true that quitting smoking can cause temporary moodiness and irritability, there are many strategies that can help you manage these symptoms during the quit smoking process. With the right support, self-care, and mindset, it is possible to quit smoking successfully and improve your overall mental and physical well-being.