Coping with nicotine withdrawal
From the moment you stop smoking, your body starts its recovery process. During this time you may find that you experience some nicotine withdrawal and recovery symptoms. You may notice that you still have the urge to smoke or feel a little restless, irritable, frustrated or tired. Some people also find that they have difficulty sleeping or concentrating. These symptoms will pass, and there are plenty of things you can do to manage them in the meantime.
Read our coping with the withdrawal symptoms guide for more information on what to expect during your quit attempt.