I was at day two after quitting nicotine and went over to my dad’s place to help him fix a lawnmower. We were standing in the rain, looking over the machine when I asked him, “did you get an owner’s manual with this?” he looked at me kind of concerned and said “are you feeling well?” I immediately thought he was going to give me a hard time because I asked for an instruction manual but to my surprise he said “that’s the third time you have asked me the same question.”

From my personal experience, I could literally tell that my brain wasn’t working right. Sleep was messed up for 4 nights, and I generally didn’t feel right until my brain reconfigured its neurochemicals. But that silent pull to get a fix, wasn’t as prevalent. Synthetic Nicotine seems to feel much more mechanical in nature.

My experience quitting Synthetic Nicotine has been met with less desire, but the feelings of anxiety, sleeplessness, and confusion have been high. By the fourth night sleep returned to just about normal.

Synthetic Nicotine seems to have less of that silent pull or undercurrent, but the neurological symptoms seem to be more exaggerated.

The Undercurrent or silent pull of Nicotine derived from Tobacco is deadly, like an Alligator noiselessly sneaking up, lunging out of the water, and violently dragging its pray into the river. You don’t sense it coming, but once it has you, its very difficult to get free. Nicotine derived from Tobacco has the silent sneak. After deciding to quit what I experienced time and time again was that I would do great for maybe the first day, but the desire to have nicotine would strike, and it would strike hard. I remember sitting in Gas station parking lots arguing with myself. Why didn’t I just drive away? Anyone who has tried to quit Nicotine would understand.

The silent undertow of Tobacco derived nicotine is what keeps its victims trapped. The feelings of anxiousness, headaches, sleeplessness, and agitation are all there, but seem to be at a lesser extent than Synthetic Nicotine.

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I was at day two after quitting nicotine and went over to my dad’s place to help him fix a lawnmower. We were standing in the rain, looking over the machine when I asked him, “did you get an owner’s manual with this?” he looked at me kind of...