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    Side effects of giving up smoking
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    gaveitup17 posted:
    I have been smoking for 30 years joints and bongs mixing with tobacco
    I have given up now
    I felt numb while in between smoking and i do more so now and feel lethagic
    Im also bring up a lot of mucus and it not stopping
    I know its the lungs cleaning out but numbness is that a side effect ?
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    atti_editor responded:
    Hi gaveitup17,

    First of all, congratulations on quitting smoking - that is a big step! You might want to post your question in our Smoking Cessation Community -- the members there might have some good advice or personal experiences that they can share. We also have an expert in that community who is great about answering questions.

    Best wishes,
    Atti


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