Withdrawal symptoms are normal and expected when quitting tobacco. While the symptoms can be very unpleasant, it is important to remember that the body is undergoing a natural healing process after years of having to cope with harmful chemicals and gases. Withdrawal symptoms are temporary, and most will subside 1 to 2 weeks after quitting.
• dysphoric or depressed mood
• irritability, frustration, or anger
• difficulty concentrating
• decreased heart rate
• increased appetite or weight gain
Information collected from No Spit.