Smoking after COVID

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RafsanTomal
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I had been infected with COVID-19; quit smoking for 2.5 months and started again. I've been feeling vertigo like symptoms for last 2 months before starting smoking again. Then I was alright for a month. Then it started again after starting smoking for 8 days. Is it because of smoking or something else?
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Please try to stop smoking, I know it’s easier said than done but if you can then get some help because it’s really not good for you
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Probably better to ask your gp about the vertigo. Suffice it to say i havent heard of that being a symptom of smoking or of withdrawal from it - although you might get it from having too much nicotine at once.
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Yea i think i will agree with Celestialskies on this. Covid damage to the lungs which you are still recovering from is being affected by the smoke. Give it a while longer to recover completely.
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Smoking is not a cure for vertigo, if that is what you are suggesting.

If concerned consider contacting a GP.
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