Why Do My Lungs Hurt When I Quit Smoking?









I am almost on day three now of quiting cold turkey. Besides the dizziness and anxiety I also have pain in my lungs as of this morning. It hurts when I breath too deep or cough from my chest and back area. Is this natural for smokers who suddenly quit?

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One Response to “Why Do My Lungs Hurt When I Quit Smoking?”


  1. Erika Says:

    Yes, it happened to me also when I quit many years ago. My lungs will still hurt really badly when I wake up in the morning if I have been exposed to second hand smoke the night before. Don’t know why. Good luck with your quitting. It is so hard, but so worth it. You won’t know just how gross smoking is until you have been an ex-smoker for a while. I quit cold turkey also. It’s the best way for me. The first time I quit, it was for 1.5 years. Then I relapsed for 2 years and went cold turkey again. That was 6 years ago and I will NEVER smoke again. Keep up the good work!!!

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