Well let's start at where this all began. I am 25 years old and I've been on and off smoking. Trust me I love not smoking. Lol. Anyway I have had problems with chest pains. It started when I was younger I used to have the similar pains and because of that it scared me away from smoking. After I quit the pain went away and I felt much better. Now I couldn't stay away from smoking and I went back to it. Honestly the pains came back and still hurt the same as before. It's all in my right chest area. I notice if I don't smoke for a while my chest feels much better. So I had just assumed it was smoking pains because I've asked others and they told me they have had the same pains.
Another thing I have noticed is that I'm tired more often. Not just tired but sleepy every day. My focus is off until later at night. Honestly I'm a night person and I don't like the morning but I have to be up for work in the morning. Anyway I feel dizzy and get shaky and just tired and sleepy. I have assumed that it had something to do with the idea that I may be allergic to caffeine. On days I don't drink I'm just sleepy and can't focus. I hope nothing is wrong but I fully intend to quit again and this time stay off them. Any ideas as to what's wrong with me and any suggestions would be great.
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