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I was sick of being sick and unable to breath.so sick that I em terrified to go back to one drag of a smoke. 1 year and still going strong. 1 year with out a drop of alcohol as well. I know I couldn’t have made it this far with out giving up the booze too. Smoking and drinking go hand and hand. I can finally take a deep breath with out that horrible tight dizzy feeling.
Okay 92 Days strong and tomorrow is where NRT and I part ways. Time to fly solo and let go of the aid that helped me for the first part of my journey. I hope this will be a smooth transition as I weaned myself right down before taking this step. So here's to keeping my eyes on the prize and looking forward. There just is no turning back now😊
So it's been a month already since I quit smoking. The time has flown by really. I remember posting here when I was 2 days quit. Thanks to everyone here for their support :)
All in all it's getting easier. But as I've said in other posts, sometimes I still feel that urge to have a cigarette. However I resist so all good. But relating to how others feel, it gets annoying at times.
It takes a lon...
I've been using Camel Snus for about 8 years, about 4 months ago I couldn't figure out what was wrong with me I kept passing out during the day, went to the doctor they said I had pre-diabetics the doctor ask me what I did during the day like smoke drink or anyting I told him that I use Camel winterchill Snus and use it for about 8 years, he said stop taking it immediately because it causes pre-d...
Hello to all my strong determined people that say smoking can no longer Hold Us Down I just want to tell everyone that this has been a hard journey to go on but through reading all the support that we get from the site and people encouraging us we can do this. I have started reading books I go on walks outside to try to help when I feel like things it is trying to affect me. So stay strong and if...
131 days of no smoking 💪💪💪
I quit smoking August 8 2017. I haven’t lit up once in over a year now i’m So happy to have made it this far so far. I can say in all that i’ve Been through I don’t miss it today at all.Now my mind is another thing I’ll be some where doing something and bam I think I want a smoke happens at home no one smokes here anymore by the way, happens in my car very random but that feeling doesn’...
Hi Fellow non-smokers,
It is always good to check in here and see how people are doing with their quit journey. I am 4 months smoke free. I love the freedom of not being a slave to the nicotine stick.
I am thankful to my family for being supportive through my mood swing period. The quitzits are reducing, thank god. I have gained a bit of weight but it's no biggie.
To whoever out there think...
It has been a while since I have been here but each time I login and read the stories it reminds me of the struggles I had and we all have and how fantastic this website is for helping and encouraging each other.
So it has been 9 months for me now. My breathing is so so much better. There has been a fair bit of stress but I guess everyone has that at intervals in their lives. I am just gratef...
Day 60 today. I cant believe I've hung in there after my slip up weeks ago. Feeling pretty pleased that I didn't throw that towel in and I've stayed strong since. Haven't felt tempted since but I keep my guard up at all times as I know how low that cigarette made me feel. So keep going fellow quitters we can and are doing this😊😊
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