Looking for all the help you can get to quit smoking once and for all?
And with the least withdrawal symptoms?
Understanding nutritional biochemistry can help. Here’s how…
Approach to Quitting: Withdrawal Symptoms
Understanding withdrawal symptoms before initiating an attempt to quit smoking can increase your success. Common symptoms may include tobacco craving, anxiety, nausea, headache, fatigue, drowsiness, irritability, poor concentration, frustration, weight gain and increased appetite.
Introducing a nutritional support protocol may help to reduce the severity and prevalence of symptoms associated with tobacco withdrawal and support a sustainable quitting routine.
How Can Nutrition Help? Biochemistry behind Addiction. . .
Maintaining dopamine, acetylcholine receptors and acetylcholine during the withdrawal phase of quitting may lead to better quitting outcomes. The reasoning behind this is that nicotinic acetylcholine receptors are located throughout the brain and are involved in some o...