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Its time to stop. I have grandchildren and i want to see Australia. I HAVE to do this.
Well, this is like my 7th try I think. I just look back sometimes when I was not smoking and I wonder how on earth did I agree to this bad habit. If I stayed so many years without smoking in my life, why can't I be like that again?! Anyway, will see how this time goes :)
...is what I’ll call the craving. Had a wine last night, at home by myself, and smoked 3 cigarettes...aaargh! Didn’t even enjoy the second 2. Throwing them away and starting again today. No coffee, no wine, just NRT lozenges. Snacking & drinking water is helpful, and like one of the other quitters said, it’s surprising how much one can eat if it’s healthy food, like raw veggies. Off to the gym.
I have finally made a commitment to stop. I smoke 40 a day and how I breathe now scares me.
Making the decision to give up is the only decision that needs to be made. You have to want it but once you do the rewards are amazing.
I tried many times and now can say it was the best thing I have ever done. I smoked for over 30 years and probably 30 a day and am now angry with myself for wasting 30 years and so much money and now i know, IT WAS SO EASY!
Once you make the decision all ...
After being diagnosed with being borderline COPD more than 3 years ago and just quit 5 months now, i was afraid to go to the doctors for a physical. No doubt that I felt great even after a few weeks of quitting and had no more breathlessness episodes, but i was concerned that i did not cough black tar out of my lungs as expected. Everyone is different, but i can feel more power in my lungs to exp...
Today I went to a check up appointment for my dental cyst. They said that I should have a procedure removing it after all - dental cystostomy. I can't stop but wonder if me smoking is the reason it all started happening in the first place, but I'm sure it made it worse. So now, with two teeth less and one 'surgery' more I'm laughing at my old self - I started smoking because of stress... Treat yo...
Every day I smoked my breathing got that little bit worse.
Think of the money I'll save for an overseas holiday
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