How to Quit Juuling in Three Steps


When Juuls and other vaping products broke into the market, smokers had hope. With a smoke-free option for ingesting nicotine, smokers believed that they’d be able to curb the negative health effects associated with traditional cigarettes. Now, Juuls and other vaping products are causing concern in the medical community. Illnesses which seem to be caused by e-cigarettes are becoming common enough to earn a name in the medical community. Doctors are now referring to health problems related to vaping as e-cigarette or product use associated lung injury or EVALI for short.

Quitting smoking is very difficult. According to the American Heart Association, nicotine can be as addictive as drugs like heroin and cocaine. So, if the best option to defeat the negative effects of vaping and smoking is quitting, how does a person do so? After all, Juuls have up to five percent nicotine by volume, an amount that is three times greater than other e-cigarette products.

How to Quit Juul

Step One: Get Support

The first step to quitting Juul products is to inform those close to you of your plan. Addiction is easier to defeat if you have a supportive group of people who will help keep you accountable. Even telling one person of your plan to quit vaping can be enough to make a difference. Sometimes, having at least one person to talk to can prevent a person from giving in to the temptation of having “just one more.”

Step Two: Understand Nicotine Addiction

Nicotine induces a set of reactions in the body that make users feel alert and happy. So, when a person quits nicotine, they might struggle with focus and depression. A person’s reliance on nicotine’s effects on the body is what makes the substance so difficult to quit. Learning the negative aspects of nicotine can help encourage a user to stay away from nicotine, no matter how tempting it might be.

Nicotine has serious health problems associated with it. Among other issues, nicotine can harden arteries, cause seizures, and increase the risk of blood clots. It can also cause restricted brain development in teens and harm the development of a fetus.

Step Three: Find Your Best Path Toward A Nicotine-Free Life

Some people have the best luck quitting nicotine use by weaning themselves off it. Patches, gums, and other nicotine products can help a person receive their nicotine fix without smoking or vaping. However, these products can make quitting nicotine a prolonged and difficult process.

Some experts recommend attempting to quit nicotine cold turkey for the most immediate and lasting results. Evidence shows that those who completely stop all nicotine at once have the best chance of staying away from the substance for good. However, nicotine withdrawal makes quitting cold turkey a considerable challenge.

Coping with Juul Withdrawal

Nicotine withdrawal is the largest obstacle someone addicted to Juuling needs to overcome. Depending on how severe a person’s nicotine addiction is, their withdrawal symptoms might last for days or weeks.

Juul withdrawal symptoms include the following:

  • Strong nicotine cravings
  • Nausea
  • Constipation
  • Tingling in the hands and feet
  • Headaches
  • Coughing
  • Sore throat
  • Insomnia
  • Lack of concentration
  • Anxiety
  • Irritability
  • Depression
  • Weight gain

It takes a few days for nicotine to clear from a person’s body. So, these symptoms typically peak after about two to five days after a person last consumed nicotine. As mentioned above, nicotine replacement products can help overcome these symptoms. However, it might be best to endure these symptoms until they dissipate, so you’ll finally be free of nicotine’s grip. Having a support group, making goals, and reminding yourself about the benefits of quitting Juul use are some of the best ways to overcome the symptoms of nicotine withdrawal.

If you believe that your health has been impacted by Juul use, call HHR today. Our Juul injury lawyers are ready to provide a free consultation and help you explore your options at (888) 498-3023.

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