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I quit for 5 years no smoking or tobacco products. I felt great, didn't drink that much and was breathing alot better. It seemed that all at once stressors were getting to me and I wasn't seeing a therapist at the time. So I started drinking heavily again and smoking about a pack a day. That lasted for 7 years. Now I'm off the sauce, made up my mind to stop again and in the event of stressors, I ...
Hi Bros & sisters,
I am 3 days away to achieve 3 months smoked free life. After 87 days, i can see many good changes in my body, no craving, no constipation, no aggression, light mood swing sometime but manageable. Stay strong, better days are coming:)
Hello everyone here in this group I quit smoking 6 months ago and I still feel very difficult in breathing and feel dizziness and light, running nose and blocks all the time , with chest pains and mood changes. Left side chest pain and rib been to cardiology but he says everything fine. Do anyone feel the same.
Just remember that you are stronger than the nicotine drug.. It will get easier and so many on this wonderful forum can attest to that!
The strength comes from within, we often don't give ourselves the credit we so rightly deserve. Stay strong, the withdrawals will pass, and the smoking addiction will soon be a distant memory.
Hello to all my long term forum buddies and welcome to all the n...
Hello all, I hope you all are doing well during this pandemic.
I would like to share an update on my smoke-free journey. Its day 64 and I am feeling very happy that I have completed 2 months without smoking very easily.
I am 28 years old male and was a smoker for about 7 years. I was smoking more than a pack per day before quitting. The first week was very much difficult after quitti...
This addiction is actually helping me stop other addictions too!
its important to keep an online journal so you can always look inside and see how long you have quit, this gives you strength on a challenging day, it gives you a pat on the back and this will make you the ultimate winner!! Thanks God for this great community!!
Here I'm back with update and celebration.. I have just achieved an half of year smoke free life.. I never celebrate my birthday without them even I usually wanted.. I just planned to quit or I have already failed prior my birthday.. This time I got it..
How was last month? Wau very different, I almost forgot that ciggie exist.. When my colleagues call me go with them out, or they ...
I cannot believe I have made it a week. Having had 2 past attempts,I can tell a strange difference in this latest attempt. I do have strange cravings but they do not haunt me all day long like previously.
I’m very depressed on CHAMPIX and feel very hopeless and despairing which I know is a result of this journey that I’m on. Strangely enough I don’t have an appetite for big meals but can sna...
Just thought I'd stop by and see how everyone is going with their quit battles! I'm nine weeks and one day free today. I'm feeling great and am only getting the odd craving here and there.
Hope you all are keeping well!
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