Answer: It sounds like you are allergic to the smoke and this has irritated your airways. If you are Asthmatic then this is why you're wheezing. Smoke WILL irritate and imflame your airways. See your doctor and get checked for Asthma. Not everyone Wheezes after smoking. You may be allergic to smoke or something "in" what you are smoking While allergic reactions to Marijuana smoke and cigarette smoke can well be an allergy, generally a long-time smoker or heavy smoker can get wheezing because the chemicals in both are irritants to the tissues in the throat, sinus' and lungs, so yes, if you quit smoking you'll quit wheezing.
Definitely helped with me. I would suggest quitting smoking completely when you start the medication. The contrast in how I felt was like day and night for me. Also, I dont feel as much of a desire to drink either
if quitting smoking makes you stressful, then yes it can.
Yes you will. Just like marijuana, if you smoke it regularly you form a mental habit with smoking and quitting can lead you to feeling stressed, annoyed and unhappy. I have found quitting spice to be much harder then Marijuana, though I am unsure to the exact reasons why.
You might still have tar in your lungs, if you adopt a fitness program you'll be OK in about month.
Stopping smoking can eliminate wheezing; so can reducing or preventing exposure to allergens or conditions that cause wheezing.
Yes, smoking cigarettes (and this goes for smoking marijuana too) have both been strongly linked to the development of many different types of cancer. Reducing how much you smoke or preferably quitting altogether is best.
Absolutely not. Continuing your habit is bad for you, quitting is good for you.
Smoking Marijauana can cause erectile dysfunction; so quiting may resolve that issue; but ED may have other causes and contributing factors as well.
yes because smoking is a stimulant
It can take anything between 3 months to a year to regain mental agility
As soon as you want