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Slipped up today and had a cig. Three the pack away right away, but I'm scared that this could be the start of a downward spiral. When I've gone for any length of time in the past this is how I started again.
One thing that envoy me is that I've never gone this long before (over a month) and the cig wasn't that good, had a pudding afterwards which was so much beter-should have reached for the p...
Anyone have any similar experience of week 4 or 5ish? I am experiencing terrible glass (both ends!) It's never ending. Also I'm constantly so tired, I sleep most of the time. Strangely I have very little cravings but my body is a mess. Should this still be happening over four weeks of no nicotine?
My story is I was heavily addicted to nicotine and despite so many half successful attempts to quit I just couldn't do it. Conway I was depressed was an understatement- there were some very dark times.
I started to take champix, and had all the usual side effects. It took me four weeks taking champix before I could quit. But then to my amazement I quit. Took the champix for another two weeks, th...
Champix fourth week and although I've cut down a lot I've still been smoking a bit. However today is the first time I've actually felt the same when I smoke as when I've not had one. This is encouraging to me. I'm surprised to learn that for some people champix can take up to four weeks and I guess I'm just one of those people! So new quit date is Saturday, please wish me luck 👍
I can't quit, taken champix for just over two weeks and although I'm smoking considerably less from 20 to 3 a day I can't stop taking 3 and I'm passed my quit date.
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