I smoked (regular cigarettes) for the first time, and 5 days later got a really bad migraine (blurry vision, vomiting). Is this related?
It was a one time smoking instance (due to stress and depression, I am NOT going to continue)
- EdnaLv 711 months ago
No .. your migraine headache isn't related to the cigarette that you smoked 5 days before. If you were going to get any sort of reaction from the cigarette, you would have gotten it very shortly after you smoked, or the next day at the latest.
- Anonymous11 months ago
Some people will have a bad reaction, or there’s something else wrong. I’d see a doctor if I were you just incase..
- mercedesLv 711 months ago
It's God's way of telling you that you are doing something stupid. If you don't take the hint you will get used to it, your breath will stink, you will pay double for life insurance and you will die about ten years sooner that it you didn't.
- WilliamLv 711 months ago
Yes, you just inhaled POISON into your lungs...sometimes the ill effects are immediate.
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- Andy CLv 711 months ago
Absolutely. Nicotine and nicotine withdrawal can lead to headaches and pretty much anything leads to a migraine.
Drink more water and stop if you are able to...before you are not.Source(s): Quit cold turkey after 11 yrs smoking. 2 weeks of immense willpower and dry vomiting. And I'm lucky. Most can't quit on their own.
- skepticLv 611 months ago
It's quite possible. But, there's no way for us to prove it.
- StooLv 711 months ago
That's called hypochondria. The effect of a few cigarettes is out of your system in hours. That's why it's addictive - you have to keep smoking to relive any positive effect. And withdrawal symptoms don't hit unless your chronically dependent, which you're clearly not.
- 11 months ago
Yes. You’ve been laced with K2. Seek poison control center immediately