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I am wanting to quit smoking for my self and to give my family a better chance at life as smoking is costing $100 a week and i know i can put that money towards giving them and myself a better life but i am struggling again i have done 6 days of cutting back from 10 - 6 smokes a day but i want to quit really quickly and i find that if my partner isnt around i tend to hide half smokes and go back ...
I have just smoked the last of my tobacco.
I have two patches on and my nicorette lozenges at hand.
I have tried without any NRT and I can no longer even get through a day without it. I do agree with many punters that to do cold turkey is the best way ultimately as it gets all the nicotine out of your system and off the reliance on the actual drug, BUT! I need the help to quit now....
Hi everyone, wow 74 days smoke free and counting. I can report that my crazing to smoke is far and few, and I can now take deep breaths and fill my lungs with fresh air without coughing my head off. When I decided to quit smoking the first thought that came to my mind was, how could I function day to day and be happy if I didn’t have cigarettes to lean on when facing life’s challengin...
I'm struggling to stop smoking. I stopped yesterday but started again this morning and have had two or three today.I'm planning on stopping again tomorrow and am determined this time to follow through. I know that the most important thing I have to do is get through those intense urges, especially the morning ones, which I can do by allowing the urge to pass, and distract myself by carryin...
Went to my GP and she was so so pleased, I am on week 5 of Champix and gave up during week 2-3.
14 days smoke free, Still finding it hard at times, but I think its because of lack of sleep. I might have to leave the night dose off she told me, and I am quite happy to try this, but will persevere for another 2 weeks on morning and night.
Has anyone else tried any of the quit smoking (free) self hyonosis youtube videos? I have found them to be quite useful. Also very good for meditation and relaxation.
Hi everyone. I am posting this since I hope it will ease some people’s concerns if they have a similar experience. As for some context, I am generally a highly stressed and anxious person, probably drink more than I should, and am just over 100 days smoke free. I am 45 years old and smoked pretty much a pack a day for 30 years but paradoxically always active. My parents were heavy smokers as ...
It's been 190 days but it looks like I stopped smoking yesterday.
Thank you all
I am following NOPE Policy. I.e. Not One Puff ever!!!
So over a month smoke free now but noticing my mouth is giving me grief my teeth and gums are sore if not hurting and my teeth are super sensitive now is this all related to quitting? Anyone else have this problem and yes I have been to the dentist.
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