Yes, in some people it can because they are getting rid of toxins. Drink at least 8 - 10 glasses of water and stay away from too many fats or sugars. It not uncommon for a person who has quit drinking to crave especially chocolate or something sweet. Start exercising and get sweating! Then drink that water. Get back to good eating habits and start eating grains, some dairy products (low in fats), veggies, fruits, chicken, fish, (some red meats) and low on salt and fats (with the exception of virgin olive oil or Bacel margarine or a tiny bit of real butter.) It will clear up in a couple of months. Just so you won't feel too badly, many sports jocks such as hockey players and football players have terrible complexions because of clogged pores and in-grown hairs as well as sweating and lots of dirt. It wouldn't hurt to go to a drug store and buy some creams and lotions to unclog pores and toners to keep the pours more closed.
No, quitting smoking can not cause a missed period.
Caffeine can cause headaches when the effects of the drug wear off and you begin to "crash". Additionally, if you are a heavy coffee or soda drinking, quitting all caffeine intake has been known to cause some withdrawls including but not limited to headaches.
You had an alcoholic blackout, one of the first indications of developing alcoholism, or else someone slipped you some other drug. Some benzodiazepine drugs can cause blackouts in combination with alcohol (also comas and death). If it was only alcohol, you badly need to evaluate your drinking behavior and consider quitting while you can -- if you can.
I don't believe quitting can cause cellulite.. Why? When you smoke you can gain weight. Gaining weight and not being active and sitting on your a$$ causes cellulite. So quitting.. No chance. ha.
Gold is an inert metal. Eating or drinking gold leaf will not cause you any problems as it is too soft to do any damage. If you drink liquid gold, it is very hot and will burn you badly and probably kill you.
Quitting smoking will not cause you to suffer a blood clot. You can, of course, still have a blood clot, but it will not happen as a result of your failure to smoke.
Yes a loose or badly worn belt will not drive the compressor correctly and then the belt will break
No, it should reduce joint pain
No this is a habit that is hard to break it is not something like smoking or drinking where introduced chemicals interfere with the body.
Yes; too much drinking can cause erectile dysfunction.
Because after drinking enough, for long enough, changes occur in the brain that cause the person to need to continue drinking in order to maintain some semblance of physical and emotional comfort. As the disease progresses, the moments of comfort become fewer, but the terror of what happens when they stop drinking becomes greater.People stop drinking only when their fear of what it is doing to them becomes greater than their fear of quitting.
Drinking a lot of acid will not cause a fever blister.
Quitting smoking does not cause harm. On the contrary you get to restore your health and live a more energetic life.
No, drinking so much that you miscarry is rare.
An F1 tornado will severely strip material from the roofs of most buildings. Trailers can be overturned and badly damage and some may be destroyed. Windows can break, garages and porches can collapse and windows can break.
Drinking any liquid will cause urination, but people tend to drink beer in excess, and therefore, they urinate often while drinking it.
Too much alcohol can cause death. Drinking and driving can also accidents. Drinking too much may also cause liver damage.
how can you control the forces that cause an egg to break
I know that drinking beer can cause this so I would presume wine would do the same