STAY FOCUSED ON THE PRESENT MOMENT. Try to view quitting as a series of small challenges and take them one at a time.
GETTING OVER WITHDRAWAL. Nicotine is a powerful drug, and your brain will react when it is deprived of its usual dose. This is what is called withdrawal. Dizziness, headaches, constipation, coughing, insomnia, fatigue, irritability, trouble concentrating: these different effects vary in intensity from person to person, but they dissipate gradually and should disappear in a few weeks.