Fastest Way to Detox Nicotine
Do you know the fastest way to detox nicotine? Uh, stop smoking. And don’t use snuff. Snuff is exclusively the purview of backwater hillbillies, along with chewing tobacco and handrolled cigarettes. Why do you want to detox nicotine? Isn’t quitting cigarettes enough? My health insurance rates go up if I fail a nicotine test. I need to quit and get clean fast if I don’t want my premiums go to up 30%. And that’s on top of the 30% to 50% Obamacare jacked up premiums, to pay for all the freebies.
They cover. Well, to detox nicotine quickly, decide on a new habit to pick up. Excuse me? While nicotine is an addiction, smoking is a habit. Pick something that you’ll do with your hands instead of fiddling with a cigarette, like twirling your hair or biting your nails. That’s pretty sexist. Get chewing gum or something else to put in your mouth when you get the cravings. The first step to detoxing nicotine is to have a substitute so you don’t take a puff and get readdicted.
How do I do that? Cut back on your cigarettes by half every few hours, so withdrawal isn’t as bad as when you go cold turkey. And use your substitute, like gum, when you start to crave more cigarettes than you allotment. Then what? Make sure you eat full meals so your blood sugar doesn’t drop and make cravings impossible to live with. And within 72 hours, you’re nicotine free. Except for what’s in my hair and clothes.
Buy new clothes so cigarette residue doesn’t show up when you walk in. Brush your teeth every few hours to remove the stains and drink a lot of water to flus the nicotine out of your system. I wish there was a faster way to detox. Drinking soda and water to purge your body might get it out of a urine test faster, but that’s a short term solution only if you’ve quit smoking. You sound experienced. That’s a story best not shared.