Welcome to the iCanQuit community this is your opportunity to share with your fellow community members any tips, stories or advice you may have around quitting smoking or staying quit.
First post but hope to be around to support as much as I can.
Quit with champix - 79 days smoke free.
Each week that has passed I have had atleast one day with severe craving. Lasting hours (tonight I even purchased a pack - thankfully the fear of lighting up means they are unopened).
For me I coped in the first few weeks knowing that champix would make it taste horrific (as i...
I thought having smoke free for 32 days will provide me a much lesser withdrawal effect. not until i woke up this morning, when a felt that i'am a horrible human being..having a short patience with my daughter and my wife. Feeling depressed, anxiety, alone, unhappy..Felt like im a completely different person, felt like a bi*ch to others, that i was not...
It came to my mind that if i smoke this...
651 days smoke free. I feel less and less like having a cigarette now. It's finally sunk in.
Hey everyone, I'm finally getting deep into the 200s with Day #216. I've had a cold the past three days. So far, I've had zero chest complications and nothing stuck in my lungs. It occurred to me that this probably wouldn't have been the case if I was still smoking. I STILL
After 3 months I had the most powerful craving last night. I felt like I was almost going to be forced to get out of bed and grab my pack of smokes. It was way too close. Out of all the cravings I have had over the past 3 months, that one was by far the most intense. Luckily I managed to fall back asleep and get through it. I was keeping a pack close by to acknowledge that I had faith in my abili...
hello iam trying to stop smooking
Just checking in. Just to say still amazed and grateful. 566 days quit. Thanks
What's happening to my body? I have been 66 days without a cigarette, quitted cold turkey when suddenly I am having the worst cold in history with a very painful sore throat, I am wondering if this is normal? I have never been as sick as I am, I cannot sleep and I cannot breath properly, is there anyone out there with the same problem? Thank you in advance!!
I almost feel guilty.
We are all so different on how this process goes. Some have to fight for Months,
while others seem to get through much easier . I had smoked a pack a day+,
on average, for 45 years, so I expected this to be really hard, for some time.
I did force myself to cut down, on number, and depth of smoke, less inhale, for
about two months. Then take the final plunge cold turke...
Join now and Share your story it’s free!<