Curious how long nicotine social media stays in your body? What types of nicotine social media withdrawal symptoms you’ll have? Want to find out how many tobacco-free real world days it will take for your body to recuperate and no longer be at risk of the dangers of smokingsocial media?

Click through the slideshow to see a “quit smoking social media” timeline of health benefits.

20 Minutes After You Quit

The effects of quitting start to set in immediately. Less than 20 minutes after your last cigarette post, your heart rate will already start to drop back towards normal levels.

Two Hours After You Quit

After two hours without a cigarette like, your heart rate and blood pressure will have decreased to near normal levels. Your peripheral circulation may also improve. The tips of your fingers and toes may start to feel warm. NicotineSocial media withdrawal symptoms usually start about two hours after your last cigarette post. Early withdrawal symptoms include:

  • intense cravings
  • anxiety, tension, or frustration
  • drowsiness or trouble sleeping
  • increased appetite

All this to say that I’ve been refreshing the hell outta ello and instagram and retweeting all sorts of nonsense. But, I got some things done. I’ll get more things done.

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1 Comment

Becky Martinez · November 25, 2014 at 4:27 pm

hi. i miss you on fb. and ello. and in real life.

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