Quit Guide: Quitting
Withdrawal: How You May Feel When You Quit
Common feelings of smoking withdrawal include:
- Feeling depressed
- Not being able to sleep
- Getting cranky, frustrated, or mad
- Feeling anxious, nervous, or restless
- Having trouble thinking clearly
- Feeling hungry or gaining weight
Not everyone has feelings of withdrawal. You may have one or many of these problems. And they may last different amounts of time. The medicines described in this guide can help.
Source: Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Ed- Text Revision. (2000). American Psychiatric Association. Washington, D.C.