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I have been a heavy 30+ a day smoker for near 17 years. I am now, for the first time, 42 days ciggarette free thanks to vaping. Already i have noticed a difference in my health. My skin, eyes, gums, less phlegm, easier breathing and less snoring. I'm less irratable and less lethargic. Luckily I have the options for flavoured E juice because I think having tobacco flavoured for me personally would...
I haven't posted since my 3 week mark and now I'm around 790 days since my official quit date.
I used a product that unfortunately is no longer available but I have to say it was just a catalyst to quitting that I was done with after week 3. From then on staying smoke free was about being able to breath clearly in the morning. Kiss my wife without chewing gum first. Not smelling like an asht...
today 285 days not smoking thank GOD
Hi people just checking in to offer my support to newbies and ongoing quitters. I been quit 3and1/2 years now and absolutely thrilled that i quit. Thank God i breathe better and able to walk up hills not like before i quit. To add to this cigarettes in my part of the world are heavily taxed e.g. 50 gms tobacco now $95. Absolutely disgraceful and i could never afford to pay such a price. I feel ...
I think that cutting down gradually has helped me stay on track. I had cut down from 20 per day to 6 per day when I quit 5 days ago. No major cravings. I am using my nicoette inhaler 3-4 times day plus my vape ( no nicotine) 3 times per day. I have got this beat now.
It’s been 12 months today smoke free it’s had it’s moments I’m not going to say it wasn’t hard I still have my moments 12 months on
The hardest I’ve noticed is still when I get stressed
Good Luck Everyone
This is my 19th day staying quit from cigarettes. My lungs and heart feel much better, and my blood pressure has gone down! I am so thankful that I have got a loving family that takes care of me when I don't feel like making life worthwhile.
My experience with smoking was a dreadful one. It lasted about 7 years, and no one knows more than me the effects it has on mental health. I know that a ...
Just remember how much it costs you!~!
Not only money but all the other things it takes away from you!
Dont stop now keep going!!!
I am 37 days now and feel like a new man :)))
1500 days & $32,400 saved from turning into ash money. So good to have choices about what I can do with my money. This amount and more would have been ash. Carton prices have increased by $95. I don't know how anyone can afford this insidious dependence. I can only hope others on this site see the light and a way forward to release them from this habit.
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