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.
Thank you sooooo much to everyone for your messages. I can’t work out how to answer each of you. It’s been 15 days and I’m feeling similar to other people. Tired and aches are the main things. Trying to drink lots of water and healthy eating to flush out the toxins. This silly season will be hard but I’m still feeling positive. Had my throat op so that’s a very good reason never to smoke again. H...
Hello everyone, I quit smoking and vaping several days ago, so now I am inspired to share my success story. I decided to quit smoking last year, but then I started vaping. I can say that it helps to stop smoking. But now I decided to quit vaping; I think it will be great for my health.
I did it because of my cat. I noticed that it reacts on the smoke from a vape, and understood that it could be...
I had been smoking and chewing tobacco since I was 13. I somehow managed to quit them all together 2.5 years back. However, due to few challenges in personal life, I stupidly started chewing tobacco after staying quit for good 2.5 years.
This time, I chew tobacco only (No smoking) for about 3.5 months and now on quit journey since last 5+ weeks. With my first quit, I remember, it ...
hi there. I'm so glad I found this community. I have been a heavy smoker for the last 35years of my life. With heavy, I mean really really heavy, in the end I smoked 50-60 cigs a day. I'm so greatful to find and get inspiration from experiences by longtime adicts here.
I didn't stop because of money or health. I nevertheless appreciate very much that my health and the one of my bank account im...
Reached day 38 watching TV and was thinking about opening a packet of cigarettes and having a smoke. The strange thing was that instead of wanting to smoke a cigarette the picture in my mind was that smoking a cigarette was disgusting and I didn't want to breath in that smoke. I know I am still addicted to nicotine as I am using nicorrete spray, however this is the first time I can remember that ...
If you are reading this post, I know you are either trying to quit or have quit and want to know about how other are dealing to keep away from it. Let me share my journey , my new life experience and how I am able to keep it away.
How it started?
Like many, my smoking journey started for fun in teen age and it began by smoking in the hideouts with friends .
I never ...
Today is 33 days smoke free for me. I need to first stress i did not stop because i wanted too, i was told i need to.
Last month i was experiencing chest pains on a fairly regular basis. To cut a long story short the result was a almost complete blocked coronary artery (LAD), stent inserted and on meds for the foreseeable future.
My story is that of a few things, Anger, Excitement, confusion to...
I never thought when I started out that I could do this nearly 2and a half years later may 2019 will be 3 years I just kept trying I’ll never take another puff I promised myself tgat
Wow I have hit 1month and am feeling great. Third week was hard, Im back on Champix and only half a tablet morning and night and feel much better. I have no cravings and do enjoy my coffee and green tea. I really didn’t think I would make 4 weeks..
I have saved over $600.00 and am painting my house with the money I have saved.
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