Re: Anyone ever have this problem?
Since you were getting bigger hits of smoke than you are used to you are displacing more oxygen in your lungs with each draw. Less O2 on intake = less O2 to your brain = dizziness. Let more time pass between draws to allow yourself to breathe in more O2. You see, your circulatory system exchanges CO2 for O2 in the alveoli in your lungs. If there isn't enough O2 there for an proper exchenge you go into a mild form of O2 debt. O2 debt brings on dizziness and disorientation among other things. So, fewer draws or more time between draws allows your blood to take in the O2 that the rest of your body needs. Smoke happy.