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6 days completed with fresh air, not puffing any single cigarette. just unbelieveble
Hi Everyone hope your all going well and if not keep trying I have been 248 days smoke free and boy its been hard some days but I did the right thing and stopped keep positive and drink loads of water and keep strong in the mind as this is what makes it so hard to stay smoke free once you keep the smoke free thoughts clear everything else will fall into place
I found a program called You Can Do It 123 Easy on ITunes and it is fabulously helpful and is making it so much easier check it out everyone. Cheers!
I have not smoked since 18/10/2010 after smoking for 56 and half years yes I am now 77 and think that the method I used helped me a lot. first nicabate patches and I smoked 2 mg menthol cigarettes may 5 a day, I used to smoke benson & hedges so 2 mg is a bid come down and there is where I think the medical profession has got it wrong
I personally had no complications smoking whilst I wore my pa...
I used to love a smoke when I had a beer so I have bypassed the grog for 4 days now and found the temptation has been reduced. I do love a beer but the odds of me staying off the ciggies if I have a couple or 10 are ridiculous.
I used to lov`e a smoke when
As we enter the New Year (Happy New Year! ) I want to talk to the newbies out there. Do not, do not, do not give up on you! As we ring in this new year, I am about to enter my 19th week without a cigarette. As a matter of fact, I did this cold turkey without the aid of any nicotine replacement - so when I tell you that quitting can be done, it can be done. If I were sitting in a room with each...
I was a long term (40 yrs), heavy smoker (50 plus daily), attempting Champix for the 4th time. This time, instead of giving up after a week I persevered to let my body get used to & settle with some side effects which encouraged me to continue. I still had side effects, other than laxatives, I struggled & coped with the rest because I was determined. After a couple of weeks I only smoked 1 a day ...
Day 140 and going well. Most of my days I don't think of smoking but every now and then it invades my mind. Such delicious and seductive thoughts it plants there, scenarios, little day dreams but I kill that thought like it's a weed and on I go with life. It's a tricky and devious drug that nicotine but when you're in a situation like this try and see it for what it is. Take a step back and see t...
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