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I've been quit for 90 days now without much effort. I don't think about smoking a cigarette at all during the day and have no cravings, but lately I've been having dreams that I'm smoking.
I have been worried that I will start again after the baby is born and I really don't want to smoke anymore.
I have had obstructive sleep apnoea since I was very young and use a mask to help me breathe at...
Hi i really struggle with quitting as I have been trying for many years!
I know all the reasons for quitting ( health money family) but as I work on my own it’s just a big mind game that seems to big for me any help would be greatly appreciated thanks Dave!
Smooth so far , it’s been half hr 🤣🤣
Sooth so far , it’s been half hr 🤣🤣
I found my smoking linked to my anxiety and am very excited to try ziban
About 1 year ago, I quit cold turkey (with the aid of patches & lozenges) I didn’t have high expectations, just went day by day. After a month I already felt so much better. physically, mentally & financially
Day 13 and still having urges still feel an emptiness an absence where the smoking used to be still feel quite flat and unmotivated in regards to everyday things I’ve had a few good days which gives me hope and I know a lot of the advice is “it’s all in my mind and I hold the power” but it just doesn’t feel like it feel depressed but just concentrating on each day hoping it will get easier eventu...
Wow it’s been 365 days without a cigarette. Honestly so proud of myself and without a doubt the best decision I ever made. First 2 months were tough but It got easier and easier by the day. Eventually a bad craving turns into a very mild craving that you can just brush off in seconds and carry on with life. Once you get to that point, you’re all set. Good luck to everyone attempting to quit. I tr...
I’m on day 11 can’t quite believe it. The past 11 days have been a roller coaster of ups and downs. Last night I dreamt that I had a cigarette and I was devastated all I could think was oh no I have to start again. I feel like this will get easier with time didn’t feel like that Tuesday night was balling my eyes out. Like I said it’s a journey the hardest part is the emotions that come with quitt...
My desire to smoke again is leaving me completely. I feel so happy with this and I am using the money saved towards a gym membership, travel and some new clothes. Whenever I feel a bit of a slight craving I take a few really deep breaths relishing that fresh air instead of toxic fumes. Exercising now is quite easy for me. I am finally letting go of the feeling of a need to smoke. Once you commit ...
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