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What did your physical withdrawals feel like, how long did they last, and how did you get relief? My main physical withdrawal symptom was feeling like I had an electrical current running through my entire body. It's like my skin was electric. I was really tense, taut like a drum, as if one prick with a needle would pop me. I felt like I wanted to slap myself or something. Really and truly. This started around day 2 cold turkey, intensified days 3 through 6 with day 6 being the peak and the hardest. What helped? Carbs, mainly sweets, binge-watching TV, anything physi
This is great news ! Melatonin treatment attenuates symptoms of acute nicotine withdrawal in humans. Published 18 years ago...but, I am only recently learning about the benefits of Melatonin. This link is to The National Center for Biotechnology Information and there are a slew of related articles on the right side of the page. For sure, worth further investigation.
Sadly, that's not a euphemism for anything fun. -_- At the end of Day 3, and leading up into Day 6, I was itchy. Actually, literally, physically...itchy. It actually makes me itchy now, just thinking about it. :o My upper chest, neck, face, especially around the jaw, and head came down with a serious case of THE ITCHES. It came out of the blue, it was sudden, and it was really annoying. Like dealing with multiple mosquito bites. There were no bites, no bumps and not even a hint of a rash. The skin, unbroken, looked normal. I went through a mental checklist. Did I change my s