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    Sleepless Nights
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    An_242417 posted:
    I've heard that it typically takes about 4 weeks for your sleeping habits to return to normal. Is this true? I was a pack to a little over a pack smoker for 15 years that quit on 12/25/11. Does anyone have any insight on this?
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    Aquarius1234 responded:
    It has been 5 months since I quit and I still have at least 2 nights a week that are significantly sleep disturbed. Could this be related to withdrawal from nicotine or should I be looking in another directions? I smoked a pack a day for 30 years.


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