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after 30 years of smoking I truly got tired of being winded and tired of smelling like an ashtray! I got tired of cigarettes controlling me!
Today is day 17 and I've done it all cold turkey! I'm a little dizzy today and have insomnia but I am taking each day minute by minute.
Hi everyone today day 83 and feeling great,just want to say to all the quitters stay positive.
Thank you Allen Carr 😘 40 days today and still smoke free.
The cough has gone but still shortness of breath.
38 years of being a slave to the coffin nails.
Congratulations to all that have quit or even thinking of quitting.
It’s been 5 blissful weeks of non smoking
That too being with my best friend for almost 8 working hours everyday and he is a serial smoker
It’s feels amazing and liberated
Guys just push yourself to non smoking environment till you forget that once upon a time you too were a smoker
I can assure you will feel amazing
All the best guys
I am watching the v8 supercar coverage at Bathurst and iCanQuit is advertised everywhere. They even have a helicopter cam. Thousands of people watch Bathurst, and if it helps people quit smoking, then i think that its great. Go Lowndesy 🏁
After smoking for 35 years and trying everything else there is to try l made an appointment and saw Michael. Tomorrow l am 4 weeks smoke free and very confident that l won't ever smoke again. I still felt like smoking at times but found it much easier to resist and just not have one. I highly recommend this to anyone.
Here is the source: https://www.breathequitsmokinghypnosis.com.au
I just wanted to check in and let you know I am 10 days short of being smoke free for a whole year 😃
If you asked me a year ago if I would/could succeed I would have laughed.... but here we are and I truely couldn’t be prouder of myself! Thanks to willpower and Zyban!
As I am 27, I decided to quit because of my health and fitness. I'm not quite as mentally sound as I could be -- trust me, I remember not smoking and there is a difference in actions. (And yeah there is a difference now and again). In the time I smoked, my actions never really had a valid reason to happen. Maybe I have a disorder, but that calmed down and now I feel so much better.
It has not been one bit easy to meet the demands of a smokefree life. It is easy in some respects, but I seem to fail in others. I am not over the cravings, but it seems to be getting better because I eat something or just have a glass or sip of water when they happen. I have become hyponatremic though, which means basically that I am over diluting my body. I have low sodium and chloride. It is h...
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