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Watch for mouth ulcers and gum irritation. I read that 40% give up quitting when the ulcers hit and I can see why but have not given up. Any hints on getting rid of the ulcers?
First time posting, I quit 32days ago...feeling really good apart from the anxiety😒 and a little tension in my neck and shoulders. The symptoms were real strong the first 3wks, headache, dry mouth, anxiety, heavy chest. But now most symptoms seam to come and go. I've got my fingers crossed on feeling normal by the 12wk mark. I also find symptoms are worse around that time of the month. 🤷♀️
Wishing all a very Merry Christmas, Happy HoloThanksMas, and wishes for a much better, and smoke free, 2021 :)
3 weeks ago i decided to quit and lasted 5 days. i bought a couple of packs, finished them and got back on board. i havent smoked in 2 weeks and feel great, lots more time on my hands and breathing better. Past cravings and brain fog.
Hi all I haven't been on for a while, however I am smoke free. Withdrawal symptoms had abated for a while there. But I over the past few days my throat has been very irritable and the feeling that I have something stuck in it has came back. Has anyone else had this? According to a quit app I have the Cilia are almost recovered so I'm thinking it could be that and that they are really starting to ...
It's amazing how quitting one habit will change many more things in your life. After quitting for 95 days I have realised how much more time I have to do things that I love to do. I go for long walks, do meditation by the beautiful lake near my house, spend 8 hrs at work without going out of office every hour for a smoke break, spend my evenings playing sports and indoor games, have healthy food...
Merry Xmas to everyone. I hope you have an awesome day and a very happy and healthy 2021.
Better times ahead for everyone. Stay strong and focused xx
Hi guys.. I'm celebrating 7 month smoke free life.. :) 7 is my favorite number.. Also 23 but do not skip things.. :)
How was month no.7 ? Wau, big progress in thinking of ciggarets.. I think less about them and there are days when I forgot to think about them.. :) So much better, I'm starting feel total freedom.. I understand that risk to start smoking again will be with me forever, but it's a...
Have you ever been on a bus,train or plane? Most people have and you can’t smoke. What happens in your mind. For most people the thought of having a smoke disappears for the duration of the journey. However as soon as they get off the bus, train or plane the desire to light up is back again. Why? Once we know we can’t have a smoke while in these situations we distract our minds with other thought...
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