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Greetings to everyone here. It been a very long time I had been here, thank you so much for your support and advice. Well it been 1 year now without smoking and I still have left chest pain and difficulty breathing and weekness sometime feel low in me and sometimes out of breath.left numbness ,Please any advice from this site.
Emotionally - When something is upsetting me and causing me stress, I make sure I speak ASAP to a supportive friend.
Spiritually - I make sure to get out into nature and enjoy my new breath of fresh air.
Physically - I go to the gym and workout regularly.
I havent smoked for 9 weeks now. I completed 4 weeks of champix. I stopped smoking on the 3rd day of champix .I weaned off champix on the 5th week.
I have been on holidays, parties and outings where smokers are present. At times I have been tempted. But I continued to remind myself of how far I have gone now without smoking . I really dont need the stinking poisonous smoke fumes in my lungs a...
91 days quit today and over $2,000 saved.
I wanted to share a thought I had today which was brilliant. I don’t worry about premature death. When I smoked I was always thinking I would die soon, that I would miss my kids growing up and how selfish I was. This negative daily self talk really takes a toll on a person, it makes you feel small, anxious and out of control. Well now I never worry ab...
Greetings fellow quitters!
Just realized that 4 year anniversary being free from this nasty was yesterday. Time flies but one thing is certain - quitting smoking was hard but well worth it.
The good thing is that nowadays is that I have no fear that I will run out of a cigs that will make me suffer physically and mentally. Besides not being a slave to something that is consistently killing you...
Managed to stay quit for one month now, stepped down from 21mg patch to 14 mg patch, staying strong. Going in for an operation (hip replacement) next Thursday, I will be five weeks clean by then. Then I have to stay quit to help manage my recovery.
Hi Y'All! Day 18 today. I start out every morning by reading day 18 quit experiences on this site and the iquit-smoking site. So the restlessness has been replaced with an ennui and I sometimes feel a slight headache/fogginess. I know this too shall pass. Overall I feel great. I know this is the most important thing I am doing for myself EVER!! Keep going everyone, don't stop quitting. I ...
I am having difficulty with the N.R.T. It is addictive. I am concerned that if I don't have it, I will crave cigarettes. I therefore am trying to wean myself from lozenges. I haven't had a cigarette since the
09/04/2019. I am proud to have some time up. Somehow, iDon't feel as if it's over. Maybe I need to rethink it.
309 smoke free days. I can't believe I'm a non-smoker. For the most part these days I don't even think about it. I'm free. A few months ago I was tempted but it burned my chest so I'm not doing that again. I'm so happy.
Hi all again, thought I drop in to say hello. I am still going strong and my withdraws symptoms are almost gone. The weather has been very miserable, raining most of the time. It's given me the opportunity to walk my dogs more than usual. The dreaming is not as frequent as they were before. I feel much better overall and today when I went shopping. The store manager which I talk to sometimes came...
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