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So excited have made this long. But I am just thinking if I only have one........................ Where deep down having that one is not that simple.
Last time I quit, cold turkey, hard, but stopped for 28yrs, started again, emotional reasons. Harder this time, using NRT, & willpower, having a prob with patches, they fall off. Any advice would be appreciated. thanks
Well I am not quite sure how I feel. I guess it is like I am walking away from an sad old friend who if I look at it is not a friend.
I am a person who enjoys being alone so leaving this sad old friend will be a good step to being alone.
As I sit and think about giving up tomorrow I am feeling calm. I know that I need to remove this monkey off my back.
I have used Champix before this was 5 years ago, This was the best product for me to use I am now on day 4 of the lower dose but I am not sure about the night dose. I don't think I used the night dose before but managed to stop for quite a long time. Has anyone got any ideas about the night dose of Champix on the 0.5 mg and the 1.0 mg
I am sure many have grown tired of my long responses and repetition.... however, some newbies come without knowledge, and my post and other valuable posts about the mindset, and other great quitting information by myself and other members has been long buried. I once had a comment that someone was quit smoking for about 8 weeks before realizing there was the psychological part of a quit which we ...
Finally the step towards quitting a very bad addiction of smoking. Funny enough I cannot stand the smell of a cigarette and always uses hand sanitisers to get rid of the smell after a smoke. Its my 4th day on champix and I had funny feelings of painful stomach cramps and a runny tummy. My GP never warned me about any side effects, but I do trust his judgement. I can feel a difference in my habit ...
I really want to quit as I am so done with smoking. I’m so worried and I have no idea how! Anything I should use or take to help start quitting?
never give up
Me and my husband have been trying to quit for the past year and now that I am pregnant, yesterday was day 1 of our quit journey. Over the last 12 months I have cut back from 40 cigarettes to ten cigarettes per day. On my first day I actually started crying because I wanted a cigarette so bad but my husband managed to calm me down. So today is my second day and I am feeling pretty confident. I re...
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