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How Long Does Nicotine Stay In the Body

2023-11-06 10:39:15

Are you worried that you might experience some withdrawal symptoms when you don’t vape for maybe a month? You shouldn’t be.

While it’s true that you may experience headaches and dizziness, it’s not something severe or worth panicking over.

Nicotine is addictive, and it’s only normal for you to feel a type of way when you don’t take it, especially if you are a frequent user.

Other nicotine withdrawal symptoms you may experience include, constipation, increased hunger, tiredness, and lack of concentration.

These symptoms vary according to the individual, and they’re usually less severe after three days. So, if you can successfully keep off after 3-5 days,

 you should have no problem quitting for a month until you pass your nicotine test.


Note that the best way to pass a nicotine test is staying away from it for at least 13 days. None of the methods listed are 100% foolproof, and it’d be sad to get into trouble for something that can be avoided.

To be on the safer side, reduce the amount of nicotine you inhale and still abstain from vaping for 10 days, and you should have no problem passing your nicotine test.

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