Don't do it! Here's some tips!
No No No No! Dare I say it, double NO! Nicotine is straight up bad, bad for you and bad for the body, even if you don't have PCS. The way to feeling better, is changing the diet, including new vitamin regimen, reducing stimulation a bit, a tad bit of exercise if you can handle it, and not to mention cognitive rest.
Basically, no caffeine or stimulants. No alcohol. Just a clean diet with no artificial sweeteners or corn syrup. I personally now eat tons of organic foods and I feel a ton better. To relieve problematic mornings now which did work this morning, I eat some yogurt and then I take my vitamins and medicine. It eases my stomach and the taste of yogurt makes me feel happy and energized!
College Student in Information Technology and avid PC Gamer, hit my head against a bunk bed back in 10-28-12. Using SuperBetter to cope and friends to help along the way.
Symptoms: Occipital Neuralgia.
2 MRI's and CT normal.
Made a 98% recovery on April 8, 2013 with only symptoms of pinched nerves/Occipital Neuralgia in the head and is being treated with injections and physical therapy.
Migraines, Headaches, Nausea and Vomiting, Panic Attacks and Anxiety, Depression, Major Insomnia, Brain Fog, Tinnitus, Lethargy, Loss of appetite, Major Heart Palpitations.
Vitamins and Medicines: Paxil 20mg , Omega 3 6 9, Stress B-complex, Potassium Chloride, Magnesium Oxide, Vitamin D3 2000 IU, Methylcobalamin B-12 5000 mcg.
Things that help me: My Vitamin Regimen, Medication, Earplugs (Love these!), Nature Sounds, Hydrotherapy, Neck Pillow with Heat, Heating Pads, Resting, Being Outside, Using my Imagination to make up cool stories in my head!
"See your world through my eyes: A universe so vast as to be immeasurable - incomprehensible even to your greatest minds." - Algalon the Observer (World of Warcraft)
"I am so pleased to be on this world, for my friends, for my family, and for the wonder of life." - Me
"God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, courage to change the things I can and the wisdom to know the difference."