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Wow, I had almost forgotten about nicotine all together until I reached my one year mark. To be honest life has been great without smoking! I run 4 miles daily and feel to be in the best shape of my life! Work has been extremely stressful lately but I have learned coping techniques over the months to help me control my stress, and stay productive without nicotine or medication. My advice? STAY AC...
I'm 7 days in to reducing my number of smokes down from 20 a day to 15 and using Champix medication and quitline counciling. I would like to share more on my journey and to find support here. The mornings and evenings are difficult trigger times for me, with a morning coffee and evenings after dinner relaxing. I have cut down my coffee using decaf and looking to find healthy alternatives to smoki...
I just want to share my happiness of being smoke-free for 6 months with you as happiness increases if you share it with someone.
It was Sep 15, 2020, when I decided to quit smoking suddenly and found that this was the best decision of my life. I read Allen Carr's book, experiences of all here on iCanQuit. That helped me a lot while quitting.
Although it was an easy ...
I have tried multiple times to give up and always feel back into it. I have taken a massive step mentally to make this time work by getting in the best place I can before giving up for good. I have put away money each week as I cut down in smokes each week. Seeing my partner struggle to give up because I was still smoking has hurt the most as she needs to so she can have surgery to get her in a m...
31 days smoke free hardest thing I ever had to do but so far so good did it all for my 5 year son I was a heavy smoker for 25 years a pack a day if I can do anybody can pretty proud off my self
Couple of days, on 6 January 2021 will be one year since quitting smoking for me and gaining the freedom of becoming a non-smoker.
Despite 2020 being one of the most difficult years for many, including myself, my father also unexpectedly passed away. There were many times I felt like folding but I didn’t... I didn’t post here this time last year, but I read through some of the posts of people th...
So I have 29 days to my official quit day. Im doing the cut back to quit strategie so on the patch and been having 6 smokes a day. I was smoking on average 30-35 rollies a day.
Just really struggling atm. Day 2 of cutting back. I have the dizziness and sweets. Just feel so drained as well.
Dose anyone have tips to help.
Wishing all a very Merry Christmas, Happy HoloThanksMas, and wishes for a much better, and smoke free, 2021 :)
I quit for 5 years no smoking or tobacco products. I felt great, didn't drink that much and was breathing alot better. It seemed that all at once stressors were getting to me and I wasn't seeing a therapist at the time. So I started drinking heavily again and smoking about a pack a day. That lasted for 7 years. Now I'm off the sauce, made up my mind to stop again and in the event of stressors, I ...
I can do it
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