Look he did not back it up with any evidence in his post, not quotes or links to research.
Originally Posted by happily
You say there is a 'stack of research' yet you provided none either, don't bother replying untill you can produce some, I expect you will use your "and don't expect a reply to your next foolish post" as a get out clause here.
Anyway I expect if you do make a respectful reply now it would have to be an apology but somehow I don't think you have that in you
I might add that I made my initial reply because I noticed I slept better myself if I smoked less in the late evening.
Effects Of Nicotine On Sleep, Human Behavior Analyzed In Xlibris Release by Xlibris Corporation
Philadelphia, PA-NJ (1888PressRelease) February 09, 2008 - "Smoking is dangerous to your health." This warning found in cigarette boxes is not for naught and a recent study published in the February issue of Chest suggests yet another ill effect of smoking. According to Dr. Naresh M. Punjabi and his research colleagues, smoking can cause poor sleep quality.
Punjabi, one of the authors of the study, points out that those who smoke are more likely to feel tired when awake and they spend less time in deep sleep than those who do not smoke. This can be attributed to the fact that smokers go through nicotine withdrawal each night, therefore causing sleep disturbances.
Last edited by breno; 09-03-2009 at 04:45 AM.
Furthermore sweats are typical of some drug withdrawal symptoms and being sick is you bodies attempt of getting rid of the crap which is causing you problems.
I had these symptoms when quitting cold turkey. I literally slept on towels woke up with my head spinning similar to the exorcist. I was waiting for myself to start speaking backwards Latin and spew green stuff across the wall. Your post made me google quitting smoking + cold sweats and many others on allexperts had similar symptoms.
I have also heard sweating is a way for your body to shed toxins or harmful things. Another poster has said this and it may be because analog cigarettes contain other chemicals than nicotine. I know when I tried to switch from Marlboro to Camels I felt like crap, besides the usual stuff related to smoking, until I switched back.
The post about PG and VG may need to be looked into also
Old thread, needs bumped because I learned a lot from it.
Wow, I know this is an old thread, but there's a ton of good information in it! I found it after googling 'vaping makes me sleepy'... LOL. I am having a hard time understanding what my body is going through right now, 3 days after quitting analogs and beginning to vape. It's hard to tell which symptoms are due to cigarette withdrawal and which, if any, are due to vaping. I feel like crap right now, but it seems that everyone feels that way when they switch, so I'll just hang in there and hopefully this too shall pass!
lilmomma06 to to the ECF Library and read the thread "Understanding my Symptoms" It should help you.