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Monday, March 30, 2009

Update

Hey everyone,

Thought I would drop a post on this group blog, just to introduce myself and my progress in trying to quit smoking.

I made the decision to quit in early February, having been a smoker for over five years. Going from smoking one pack a day to nothing at all was a real challenge, especially as I'm in my final semester at university - probably the most stressful period in my life that I have encountered thus far. The first month was the toughest; all my friends would pop outside the pub for a cigarette and I'd be left inside on my own - those are the times when you really feel like giving in. But I persevered and kept focussed. Then came the set-back of having an influx of job rejections (I'm trying to find a graduate job at the moment). However, I stuck to it and didn't give in. Not once. No matter how much I wanted to smoke, I just took a deep breath, and said to myself 'No'.

I now haven't smoked for almost 2 months. I think I'm over the worst of it, but you never know what's round the corner. However, I'm confident of achieving success.

If anyone needs any advice on how to quit - I've come up with a few exercises that might be of help. Let me know if you're interested; I'd be happy to help.

Anyways, hope all is good.

Joey

219 comments:

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LauraJ said...

Hi Joey~
My quit smoking date is tomorrow, so I went online to try and find something to read and found this.
So I am hoping that this is how i contact you and ask for any advise and the few exercises that may help.
Thank you!
Laura

Tony said...

Interesting that you think after two months that you've cracked it. Personally I went through a hard time at around the three month mark which really puzzled me at the time. Thankfully, I'm over it now and it has been over three years (woohoo!).

Life is so much better without the dreaded weed, I promise you! You can read about my own experience at Help Me Quit Smoking. I hope you'll visit and maybe get some inspiration?

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Jeff said...

I was wondering if you could post some of the exercises for us. As someone who is trying to quit smoking, I could use any help that I can get.

My blog can be found here: Help Me Quit SmokingThanks.

Chemist Direct said...

Hi,
I agree with you that it is really tough to quit smoking especially when you are trying to quit and some smokes around you. I have also given up smoking 4 months ago. I made many attempts to quit but every time it was useless. One of my friends suggested me to try Herbal cigarettes to try. He said that herbal cigarettes contain very less nicotine with good amount of herbs. When we smoke herbs and nicotine reaches to our body. Herbs reduce the nicotine level in our body while nicotine inhaled helps to reduce curve for that particular time. Thus these cigarettes help us to reduce our dependency on cigarettes and we can slowly give up the smoking. I tried these cigarettes and i was able to give up smoking completely in 3 months. Not it's been more than 4 months since i have not smoked.

Joey said...

Hi all, thanks for your comments. Laura - how are your attempts going.
Tony - congratulation on not smoking for 3 years. I'm actually on a bit of a downer at the moment (been about 3 momths without cigarettes); really craving one now though. How long did your rough patch last for?

As mentioned, the first exercise I devised was finding the personal trigger that starts my desire for a cigeratte. I realised that I'm mainly craving after a big meal, in particular after eating carbs, so I've devised a 5 small meal programme that is low on carbs and high on meat. Seemed to work okay for me (until this month).

In terms of actual exercises, I found that one of the things I missed the most was having something in my hand, so using a Isokinetic ball can really help with that. You can buy them from here.

http://www.amazon.com/Isokinetics-Hand-Exercise-Squeeze-Ball/dp/B001CS7O4O

All the best,

Joey

Al said...

The fear of going through what many smokers expect to be a horrible experience of quitting only to fail and start smoking again is sometimes enough to keep some smokers from ever even trying to quit

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LauraJ said...

Al~
I think that we find ourselves reading about other peoples journey and do talk about the hard part of quiting,not horrible, but hard beause it is. You really have to be ready to quit and quit for the right reasons. You cannot quit for anyone else. It has to be YOU. And non smokers do not understand to get to the place where you can quit is very hard.
I hope that if you are wanting to quit that you keep thinking about it and come up with a plan.
Almost any ex smoker I know said that you will always think about it. It is the same with any addiction I am sure. think about an alcoholic, they must struggle but they still do not drink or if they do they stop again and then hopefully got to meetings.. support group.
Hope this made since I am on my first cup of coffee and about to take son to school.. just wanted to be supportive and positive =)
Laura

Quit Smoking Pro said...

Hi all

What's a nice idea to have a group blog about quitting smoking! Keep Up The Great Job - this blog is inspiring. I am thinking about joining - if it is possible...

Also I want to welcome all smokers and ex-smokers to my quit smoking pro blog - I will be happy if you visit and comment my posts. Thanks again!

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4th of July is the American Independance day. Make you quit date 4th July 09 and not tommorrow.

Enjoy life leave misery behind!

Zally said...

make 4th July the day when you leave the bad habit and start a new life..

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KK Lim said...

Hey Joey, since you not smoke for 2 month, so you need to keep the momentum of it, maybe you can keep away some of your smoking friends, not influence by anyone of them.

I hope you can keep on your commitment, I proud of your 2 month persistence action to quit cigarette!
You should share your experience how you quit cigarette with your smoking friends, while they also can try out the new quit cigarette aid Ecigarette It look, feel and taste like a cigarette but without the health risks.

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Bryce said...

Guys and gals I hear you all from the four corners of this blog and being addicted sucks. I’ve been a smoker for 15 years and tried everything to quit. …gum, patch, herbals, zyban… I even tried to cut back. Well I’m sure you folks are hearing about the electric cigarette. Well I’ve tried it and at freesmokeless, it’s the cheapest and most advance design available. I can smoke everywhere with this thing …especially at work and on planes. Do your research and you’ll see for yourself. A built in atomizer in each cartridge and I only spend a 1/3 of the cost of what I do when I smoked. Make sure you get the two piece design with the built in atomizer in each cartridge or else you’ll end up having to buy more atomizers. Freesmokeless provides the cartridges with the built in atomizers. This is a great way to cut back or even quit all together. This is by far the best quit smoking device I ever tried….check it out,,, you will not regret it. I always said, if there was a product that looks, taste, and feels like a cigarette, but not with all the harmful chemicals and tobacco,,, I’d rush to be the first to buy it (I really wasn’t the first..hee hee). So initially I cut back by only smoking at home. Since I couldn’t smoke in the house, I ended up smoking more of this e-cig than regular cigs. So the long and the short of it is, I just flipped the switch and went a much healthier way of ‘smoking’ and gave up the real cigs. Oh yeah by the way, I’m going to wean myself off of the nicotine with their tier level nicotine cartridges so yes I’m not totally free yet, but I gotta admit, this thing is way too cool.

Matt said...

Hi joey great blog!

i stopped smoking a year a go and never felt better how to quit smoking site was my inspiration, good luck

Sam said...

Hi, I was literally a chains smoker for 7-8 years till June-2009. It was really an uncompromising job for me to quit smoking. My friends and family always used to yell at me for this bad habit. In May-2009 on of my colleague referred me to one of the website to quit smoking. Its https://habitchanger.com they offer a very good and exceptional method to quit smoking. I followed the program and it worked for me. It’s like getting a new life after I quit smoking. Thanks to https://habitchanger.com.

Sam said...

The medical science wants the whole world to quit smoking.. One has to be very strong to quit smoking if he has been dependent on smoking for years. It requires is a great deal of effort and determination.

The main thing by which the smoker can stop smoking is to really believe in the power of support. You need not expect an instant miracle as this may not be possible.

The smoking effects started in our life’s when we first inhaled nicotine. After this first attempt itself, smoking starts to show its damaging effect. This damaging effect continues for the rest of our life. You cannot go back to the past, but can certainly restore a bright future by quitting smoking. Sometimes, we feel we cannot quit smoking. You can be right. For this, you need to get the perfect support, which you can find at http:habitchanger.com. I am trying to quit with the help of this program. So far so good..will report back the results shortly.

Jacob Tesset said...

Maybe if our mindset is ready, you can stop smoking in... let's say, 4 hour. Yes, I've quit smoking after reading a book. Bur remember, I waned to quit. Good luck you all! J.

Ric Norton said...
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Laura said...

Hi Joey~
How are you doing? Still not smoking? I know you hit a rough patch. I did too but powered through and still have not smoked!
Now I am trying to lose that post quiting weight! But hey i am being positive and working on it.Hang in there.

Anonymous said...

As for me, I've quit with smok-ox. I don't is it "...all-natural. It does not contain any nicotine..." a true, but it works for me after Chantix and hypnosist.
Take care.

Alex said...

Oops
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CTRM said...

Hi Joey, just wondering how you have been doing with your quit program. All the best

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JohnnyB said...

What you need to do is check out the e cigarette

Tom said...

I have been trying to quit smoking for god knows how long now. I have been smoke free for 6 months now and feel great. I can feel my lungs actually opening up and the feeling is awesome. Life feels so much better that i don't have to rely on a cancer stick now. Read about ways to quit smoking atQuit Smoking Tips. I hope you can find something that will help you quit aswell. Good Luck

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I have several friends and family that swear by the "Focus & Quit" audio series created by Focus My Health. I quit smoking years ago but if I still did I would definately try this product.

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I've been almost 5 years smoke free after smoking for 20 years. I feel proud of it. It didn't happen overnight though and it took me more than one try and more than one technique before I quit smoking, but I did. And that's what matters.

It's neat. Each story I read is so different, yet all the same- each person is up against the same battle. Quitting smoking is a challenge and there are so many different ways to do it. It's the most important thing you will ever do for yourself, so its worth it to try and try again until you quit. And one day, if you stick it out, it will be a distant memory. I promise. So, I want to help by sharing my story with people.

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Ted said...

I used online CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy) to quit. It was tough but haven't smoked in three months now.

Aldon said...

Interesting post. By the way i quit smoking by the help of hyponsis treatment from the Thoughts Become Reality. After following their tips and treatments i was completley cure from the smoking habit. They gave many advises and tips.

rudiboy said...

Nice blog.
Just wondering : have you ever tried electronic cigarettes ?

They have helped me ALOT !

One brand that I would check out is Greentip electronic cigarette .

Good luck.

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Quit Smoking said...

just wanted to find out how you are holding out? An update would be nice

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Great idea of quitters' community :) how it is possible to post something inside this blog? I have my own quitting smoking blog and want to participate...

Anonymous said...

I started Chantix last week and today is day 9. I have been smoke free for two days. I hvae difficulty sleeping and in each dream I am smoking. My stomach is upset and I feel like a fish out of water. I have tried to quit smoking since 1990 and have continued to fail. It really stinks cause I usually can accomplish anything. I quit smoking three years ago for 2 months and all it took was one puff to fail. This may not be the best time to quit. I am in the last semester of grad school but I feel if I can accomplish that I can stop smoking. Why is this so difficult.

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chainracker said...

Tomorrow is garbage pickup. I use that excuse once a week. That's just 52 excuses I been using
for many years. You know the story. The main belief I keep coming back to for my reason for smoking is--Being scared of experiencing life on a whole new level!! I smoke because it keeps me grounded. Its time to quit and fly to new heights!!! Now your thinking--this person doesn't have a chance!!! Well let's start with one day at a time and remember--CHANGE=Cigarettes Have A Natural Graveyard Effect

chainracker said...

Tomorrow is garbage pickup. I use that excuse once a week. That's just 52 excuses I been using
for many years. You know the story. The main belief I keep coming back to for my reason for smoking is--Being scared of experiencing life on a whole new level!! I smoke because it keeps me grounded. Its time to quit and fly to new heights!!! Now your thinking--this person doesn't have a chance!!! Well let's start with one day at a time and remember--CHANGE=Cigarettes Have A Natural Graveyard Effect

chainracker said...

Oops!! Newbie here-sorry bout the double post. But if you liked reading it once, you can read it again without going back to the top!!!

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Stephen said...

What a great blog Joey!

I am a student at the University of washington and am doing a study on smoking habits. I am trying to get information from smokers trying to quit. I have posted a survey here if anyone wants to help.


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thank you

About Me:- said...

Hi, Finally i quit smoking.. 25th Feb 2010 was the last day i smoked.. I have been smoking for 15 years @ close to 1 (20 pack) a day. Its after 5 or 6 attempts that i could succeed. Though its just 10 days, i feel much better. Now the craving is totally gone.. but i am still facing the withdrawal symptoms.
I wish each one of you of all the luck to quit smoking

http://stopsmokingforbeginners.blogspot.com/ said...

nice and interesting articles

swedlex said...

Do you think snus is safer than smoking cigarette? I am going to try snu which I have bought from http://www.swedsnus.com?

John Barrett said...

Joey, all I can say is stay out from smoky places and people. It helps a lot.

Anonymous said...

6 weeks so far!

Best way ever to say f*** you to the overpriced healthcare system!

Anonymous said...

Having been a smoker for 18 years (slightly more than half of my life), the previous 2 attempts to quit failed within 2 days and that was with substitutes like the patch/gum.

This time I had time to ponder over the approach rather than getting up one morning and trying to do it.
As the first step, I moved to ultra lights cigarettes. Made an effort not to increase the number of cigarettes a day (8-10 a day smoker). Even this was a challenge as I had headaches, uneasiness, mild fever etc for a few days and then it stabilized. Followed this for a month or so.

As smoking is more habitual even after one has got nicotine out of the system, second step was to take a hard look at my day smoking.
There were some smokes I HAD to have and passionate about. The morning smoke with coffee, after lunch walk, etc.
For the next month I made a conscious effort not to smoke at those times. I.e had my morning coffee without a cigarette and then waited atleast 30 minutes before I lit up a cigarette. Noticed that over the next month the number of cigarettes per day went down to about 6 from the 8-10 (though there were some days where they were 10-12 a day too).
Started doing physical activity like running/tennis etc too on the side.

And then one fine day when I was driving to get cigarettes, decided not to.
Stopped by the grocery store and picked up gum, cranberry juice and fresh fruit. Came back home, got rid of the ashtray/lighters etc.
Drank a lot of water next few days and did a lot of outdoors stuff with deep breathing, running, yoga etc.
Almost threw in the towel the 4th day ..but somehow managed. Been 5 1/2 months now smoke free and will be running the half marathon next month which I am excited about.
Don't crave the nicotine anymore but it is like losing a friend ..So do hold a pen which i treat like a cigarette when i feel like it.

Good luck to all ..First week is tough no doubt but gets better considerably after that.

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I am 20 and have been smoking since I was 16. My mother is 49 this year and has also been smoking since she was 16. I found this product that has helped both her and I quit smoking traditional cigarettes entirely. It's the electric cigarette from greensmoke. It is a battery run "cigarette" that looks and feels like you are smoking a regular tobacco cigarette, but without any of the chemicals, tar, ash and odour! The tip of the "cigarette" really lights up and when you exhale you breathe out what looks like cigarette smoke (It is actually just water vapour and some flavour). So you still get the illusion of smoking. You recharge the cigarette by plugging it into your computer, your electrical socket in the wall, or even your car!

There are quite a few brands of electric cigarettes out there. But in my research and trials I have found greensmoke to be the most "real" and satisfying product. My sister bought a cheap version on-line and I tried it when I went to go visit her and hardly any "smoke" comes out and it wasn't satisfying at all! and guess what! she's still a smoker so it obviously hasn't worked for her either. I will have to introduce her to this now that I've have found a good product.

How it works is instead of "burning" the nicotine like a traditional cigarette. The e-cigarette contains an atomizer that vaporizes the nicotine instead. So you still get your nicotine hit. The greensmoke electric cigarette comes in a few flavours including Tobacco, chocolate, vanilla, apple, coffee and strawberry. It also comes in different strengths just like a regular cigarette so you can get 8mg or 6mg or 16mg etc.

In the long run you also save money. The initial purchase of the battery part is $49.95 American. and then you need a charger etc. You can simply purchase the starter pack for about $150 American and it includes 2 electronic cigarettes, the charger and 5 extra cartridges (the filter part). The e-cigarette is under warranty as well so all you ever need to replace is the filter cartridges which last about as long as a packet of cigarettes. They cost about $15 American for a pack of 5. That's equivalent to roughly 5 packs of cigarettes which would usually cost you around $60!! So it works out to be a lot cheaper.

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Anonymous said...

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I’ve been smoking for 44 years now and have tried multiple was to quit to no avail. I’d quit for a time, just to be drawn back to that cigarette. I’ve even incorporated pills with gum and pills with lozenges’, but have always returned back to the comfort and enjoyment of cigarettes. I guess I needed to face the facts: I enjoy smoking even though I know the risk of breathing in tar and smoke from burning tobacco and paper along with over 400 other carcinogens that come in a pack of cigarettes.
As Mark Twain said: "Quitting smoking is easy; I've done it a thousand times,"
What’s a smoker to do? You’ve heard the medical statistics and the grumbling from others over your habit, but you just want to be left alone with the freedom you once enjoyed in your favorite brand of smokes. You try quitting, cold turkey. You become irritable and edgy and no matter what you just can’t shake the urge to just go have a puff; so what do you do? You kind of flinch every time you buy them, because the price just keeps going up and up: They were only 25 cents a pack when you started, and now they are over $5.00 a pack; some just under $7.00.
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You know it makes no logical sense to roll up a dried piece of vegetation in paper and set fire to one end while you draw the smoke from the other end into your lungs. You have visions of the Jerry Lewis movie [Visit to a Small Planet (1960)] where in his innocence he lights up a pack of smokes in trying to understand humans and their habits. You can’t even understand why you do it any longer, but you know that when you go through another bout of doing without you already feel doomed to another failure.
My sister sent an electronic cigarette to my mother who is already on Albuterol breathing treatments, but can’t give up the cigarettes after much longer than the 44 years I’m dealing with. While on a visit I tried her E-Cig and was amazed at the volume of smoke and the strength of the vapor I could drawl from something that didn’t burn, produce ash or smell anything like a cigarette. After researching the brand of E-Cig my sister had sent to Mom, I opted for one that was of a far better price and one that was touted on the blogs as having the best battery [key element] on the market {LeCig}: I could choose the strength I wanted in mg nicotine and the flavor I wanted as well.
I ordered my LeCig in February and haven’t had a carcinogen laden tobacco cylinder since. I’ve saved over $600.00 dollars so far just in the difference in the price of regular cigarettes v/s E-cigs and my wife along with my Doctor think its one of the best choices I’ve made so far in my quest to quit. I started out at 24mg nicotine and have stepped down to 16mg and now at 11 mg. At the rate I’m going now I’ll be vaping away at 0mg nicotine by Christmas.
This is such a healthy alternative to cigarettes that I think it will just be a matter of time before Doctors and insurance companies start offering it along with the other cessation products to participants trying to quit the bad habit of lighting fire to one end of the vegetable matter carcinogen laden cylinder and breathing in the smoke from the other end.
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Hello Joey, My quit smpoking date was 2 days ago, could use any advise out there. I useually smoke 2 packs adaymy first day was ten second was 8 third is 1. Feeling confident about quitting just really don't like the irretability or the cravings.Iam looking for people to talk to online at any given time is their such a thing? like someone that responds back. like online support when your having a craving and just want to talk. Please help. thanks Terry.

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I have been smoking for 30+yrs, this is my first real attemp at quitting. today is day 3 and I am finding harder than the first and second all I can think about is having a smoke, it also does not help that I live with 2 other smokers, How do I keep going without killing someone(joke)or driving myself insane? i will take all the advice I can get. thanks Terry

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I quit smoking for over 5 years. The doctor told me he thought I had a malignant ovarian tumor and I started smoking the day before surgery. He didn't expect me to live, so why not smoke. Turns out it wasn't malignant and now I'm stuck smoking again. Don't let anything set you back. It's just not worth it. I felt amazing after the first 2 months being smoke free now I have to do it all again. Good luck to you all, you can do it!

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Hey Joey
I started smoking in 2011 and I am only 16 years old but I've quit smoking lately. My quit smoking date was 10 Feb 2012 and now that its been 11 day(s), I need your help to go further without smoking. Advise me some new exercise and tips. Its not that I don't have the controlling power but the first month is really hard. I hope you understand and reply.
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Just stumbled acoss this site and thought I would leave my story
I’m a 41 year old male and only 8 days ago suffered a massive heart attack, fortunately i am here to tell my story.

When arriving at the hospital I already knew I was having a heart attack and the paramedics done a fantastic job with me and took me stright into the hospital to have a stent fitted to my main artery in the heart, so in short woke up at 5am having a massive heart attack and by 7am had been whisked away to hospital and had stent fitted, paramedics, nurses and doctors have done their job, now the rest is up to me.

I have smoked 20+ cigarrettes a day since I was 12 sometimes closer to 40 a day, now no one has said to me my heart attack is a direct result of smoking, more probably it was in my genes, my mother died at 45 with a massive heart attack(she had no illnesses leading up to the event), my father had a massive heart attck when he was 58 (thankfully my dad survived and is still with us), on my fathers side he lost his mother and 1 brother to heart attack and 1 firther brother who had a heart attack and is still with us) so I would bet on having an attack whether I smoked or not.

But now I need to make massive lifestylle changes if I want to be here for a while.
No one asked me or inferred I shoud give up smoking but within 3 hours of the attack my mind was made up, now I know its easy to make that decision while lying on a hospital bed, it is not likely a nurse will come up and give you a cigarrette with your breakfast etc. The single biggest thing that gets me through the struggle of the withdrawal symptons, is that I promised my 2 boys aged 5 and 3 I would do everthing I humanly possibly can to prevent any further attacks. The only thing I am trying is just now is the nicotine patches, which I would say are quite good, tried the gum but after taking the first one found it quite disgusting, I think because I tasted the nicotine in my mouth.

So in essence what I am saying probably is first and foremost you need the will power then support of your family followed by any NRT that works.

My boys have been instructed that if they ever ever see their dad with a dirty smoky thing at his mouth they have to say “Daddy do it for me”

And just remember “If at first you don’t succeed, try and try again”

Good luck to all my fellow quiters

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Hey so I don't know if any of you guys have ever tried to use apps to quit smoking, but I found one that works great for me. A doctor I know actually just created it and I haven't smoked in over a week. I feel like my mind is completely reprogrammed. It's called "Stop Smoking Naturally" you can find it by searching "Turnt Apps" in the app store. I felt like I had to pay it forward by spreading the word because it worked so well for me! Good luck everyone!

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Ann said...

It is so nice to be a non-smoker.

Annie said...

I gave up smoking, then alcohol, then caffeine! Found smoking most difficult withdrawal symptoms in 1st 3 weeks, but then became easier

Tenna said...

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Chantix said...

Smoking is very bad habit. now i am smoke free .I used chantix for quit smoking.

shanta islam said...

I would hope none of your family and friends will be alienated by your "behaviour" Marian. You have the right to be grumpy, short-tempered, angry, whatever or however you want to describe it - your body has betrayed you and you are dealing with it the best way you can. I don't think you should worry about the rest of us - your primary goal is to heal however you know how.
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Anti Smoking said...

If you are planning to quit smoking, all you need is Will Power, If you got that such will power you will definitely quit smoking in a week.

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