Ok so I am working on day four of no analogs, but still very high anxiety. I use a cartomizer set up, as for juice I have used both pg and vg with little or no issue outside of Blu ecig(just horrible if anyone has ever been curious, save your money). The juices I use is a sweet menthol almost reminiscent of a spearmint, and a pure tobacco variant from Volcano at an 8mg. I have found 24 and 16 in some cases vendor variance can be a bit overkill for me. In the past I would never try anything lower than a 16, but realized that maybe the nic was too high and could have been the culprit.
Some questions I have is how to deal with mental anxiety of even though the smell of analogs is disgusting I still do not feel mentally satisfied with the ecig. I have a volcano Inferno cartomizer style. Any tricks would be highly appreciated.
Second question. A few years ago, I had a surgery(hysterectomy) and afterward it will cause sometimes metabolism to slow as your in a menopausal state( my surgery was a preventative maintenance, non cancerous). Any ladies who have had this did you experience extreme weight gain up on switching? A few years ago I used to be very fat and worked very hard to lose the weight, and kinda paranoid about gaining weight. I realize some of you may think this is superficial but I went through H#ll and high water to lose the weight, anyone who has had weight issues in the past and successful lost over 100 lbs can relate to that.
Some of the reasons I switched is one I lost my mother to lymphoma this past summer, and two my allergies, can be very demonic for me.
I realize working out would be an option but my neighbor is kind of interesting to say the least, and being a new person somewhat in town, I am not comfortable going out as I would probably be alone. Safety is always first in my book and if one questions it, its probably a good idea to not go in the first place.
If anyone who has stories or advice please feel free to leave creative and informative replies. Any help again is greatly appreciated. Again sorry to sound like a superficial idiot but again, less stress is better than max stress, when your still learning something.
Also something I forgot thus the edit, I do suffer from diffuse/fibromyalgia, and some reports of statisical studies have showed out of N/n trials that switching did help with pain flares. Any fibro suffers did you find symptoms improving or staying the same, or worsen with the switching?