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Dondays
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30 days CT done but feeling off

Posted in Quit experiences 06 Mar 2019
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Hi all, first post for me, I am 30 days quit and feel lousy, in the beginning I was full of enthusiasm but now I just feel flat and so tired it’s ridiculois, I don’t need to see a doctor as I had all my bloods done and they were fine, just wondering if anyone can relate? It’s 6:30pm UK time and I’ve literally come home from work and typing this from my bed.... when’s the burst of energy gonna come!!! Thanks for reading xx

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  • Red-67 March 06, 2019 | 10:46
    HI, and Welcome :)
    Well, the blah, tired, disoriented, lack of direction is fairly common.. I called it my starter. For years, a smoke started my day, started and ended just about everything I did. The quit itself was pretty much over and done in 3 to 4 weeks, but it did take a while longer to teach my brain to get going, without that starter.. I'm still waiting for that burst of energy, but then I'll be 70 this year.. :) But seriously, this will pass. At 30 days CT, you are free of nicotine. Any craving, or missing, or wanting one, can also be gone, but there is still a couple weeks of mental adjustment. It's a form of depression, and you just have to fight through it.. You CAN do this, and enjoy being free :)
  • Red-67 March 06, 2019 | 10:48
    Oh, Also, nicotine is a stimulant, and your body has to find a way to fill that gap. Maybe try coffee, or tea, for a little caffeine. Maybe an energy drink will help :)
  • Dondays March 06, 2019 | 18:29
    Thanks Red I will up the coffee intake, any excuse for more caffeine :)
  • Aniruddha March 06, 2019 | 23:46
    I went through this too. What would help is to push yourself to do someting different ans you'll find that everthing feels better doing it as a non-smoker. And then that becomes your addicition...to want to feel the benifits of being a non smoker
  • Wazza58 March 07, 2019 | 16:56
    Try a little exercise I found it helps for me. Just a gentle walk when the cravings hit, also good for cleaning the lungs and giving the heart an extra boost.
  • Vik vashi, Western Sydney March 08, 2019 | 16:32
    Hello to all members

    Joins dine group today and hoping to quit by 2603 as a gift to my Mum on her birth day . Let’s see
  • kenneth2 March 10, 2019 | 6:32
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  • Kennie March 11, 2019 | 8:30
    Hi Dondays,

    I agree with Wazza. Exercise works wonders! Just start running and walking. Mood improves so much. Don't think too much, don't plan it out, just hit the treadmill with a fire playlist.

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