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Re: Nicotine Withdrawal exacerbates depression anyone?

Posted by Mtom on January 2, 2017, at 7:57:45

In reply to Re: Nicotine Withdrawal exacerbates depression anyone?, posted by rjlockhart37 on January 2, 2017, at 1:25:47

I once read that occasional or social smokers might be keeping themselves in nicotine withdrawal. So, if you're already depressed, and you're smoking on and off, I'm wondering if that might make the depression and/or mood swings possibly significantly worse. It seems to make sense, although my experience has been so variable that I'm not sure.

And in response to an earlier question in this thread, no, I'm not taking antidepressants because I cannot tolerate them - intense side effects (even anti-depressant supplements like 5HTP). Been trying to copy through other supplements like Omega-3s, moderate B vitamins (high doses seem too stimulatory), Vitamin D, recently magnesium, have tried Curcumin/Turmeric but undecided on effect - trying to figure out what combination helps and what dose. Also mind/body techniques - Yoga and Meditation.

Have posted to the Alternative Board re: supplements but I'm happy to hear additional input on those.




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