after quitting, it might take a year or so to get your energy back because your body needs to get used to the fact that there is no longer that specific thing running through your system. also your organs(heart and lungs) might not be in very good shape considering how long you smoked before quitting, so you might also find your not in as good in shape as you might have been before smoking.
You are missing the "lift" that the smoking provided by stimulating brain chemicals. Try exercise (even though you don't feel like it) and some multivitamins. Smoking causes vitamin deficiencies, and you may not be caught up there, either.
yes because smoking is a stimulant
You probably should feel tired and restless. If you have been smoking for a long time, your body will be addicted to the nicotine. Most likely, you will desire the cigarettes still, but stay strong.
Because school makes us so tired and it tends to be boring.
your lungs are tired and black but there is still hope if you stop smoking now and breath clean air
Her parents and grandparents motivated her, as did her teacher.
The best way to keep motivated when writing a term paper is to think of the end result, a good grade. It is a good idea to write when not tired or hungry.
When someone gets really tired and "falls out" in todays term. It would be the same. Except this refers to; "dont even think about quitting".
It'll make you more tired quickly, and coughing will slow you down or distract you.
It can make you look tired, and you may be more apathetic about your appearance, but no, not really.
Smoking has many negative effects on the body, inside and out. It discolors the fingers and nails, contributes to bad breath, dull and tired looking skin. Smoking turns the lungs black and can cause cancer and heart disease.
Yes, according to the stats that you have provided, it seems that the track are really distracting you. You should consider quitting the track.