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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.
Well fellow.quitters I'm on day 7 n feeling pretty awesome using patches n fruit lol I have my struggling days where I should smoke again feel like I'm stressed to the max but I jus get my fruit n move on my knee surgery is going to be closer then I thought 😊😊😊I can do this 🤩🤩🤩
Triple digits club now, reached an important milestone for me, it’s been such a help reading others experiences on this forum. I have saved over $3000, will be enjoying on o/seas trip soon. Thanks to all for your support. Anyways, onwards and upwards without that monkey on my back..... now for dry July...
<p style="text-align: left;">Quitting cigarettes was a JOURNEY!
<p style="text-align: left;">It was one that I did not plan for, nor wanted. I LOV<strong>ED</strong> smoking. As I'm sure all of us have/did/do.
<p style="text-align: left;">Newport 100's was my choice. Before i get to HOW/WHY/WHEN i quit i want to talk about how it all began.
<p style="text-align: left;">I never wan...
Always think about rewarding yourself with the money your not spending on cigarettes. My last cigarette was the 21st of November , 2012. What a day !.37 years of lung busting finished . I’m 58 a few days ago , working hard , when I’m not working going to concerts , shows and tripping around . Just bought a new camper , fags paid for that or at least some of it . It is really nice to enjoy life an...
I am 60, smoked since I was 13 and am or was the heaviest smoker I knew. I successfully quit half a dozen times, it was staying quit that defeated me. I have a hubby and daughter who both smoke and I am weak, if they are laying around I am sorely tempted, but after being a 50+ a day smoker if I smoke one I no longer feel a failure and keep going.as you can see by my joining date of 2016 this is n...
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