giving up smoking did it work?

hi folks iv just ordered in some ZYBAN to help me give up smoking has anyone used this pill before and how did it go?
what methods have you used that did work?

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4 Responses to “giving up smoking did it work?”

  1. Question said:

    I quit about…. well 6 months ago I guess now. I read a book called “the easy way to quit smoking”. I finished the book, and couldn’t stand the taste much less the amount of money I was spending.

    The author (I can’t remember his name now sorry) didn’t ask for you to stop while reading, but you’ll notice a change as you read it.

    I lent this book to a friend who also quit using it. So that’s 2 for 2 on my end.

    I won’t say that it’s guaranteed method, but I support it. Look it up online, and on the Barnes and Nobles website. Even if you don’t buy it, it’s worth investigating.

  2. Randy & Lori said:

    Jess no SYSTEM will work if your not ready and any one will if you are I quit almost 1 month ago in the middle of a carton (in the middle of a pack) cold turkey how? I could not sleep for work because I was hacking so bad left my smokes home and never lit up again. (after 30 years of smoking) So will it stick only time will tell but trust me I do crave sometimes but I don’t miss shelling out $40 a week for smokes. And the cigarettes I still have? I give to people when they come over. I have said when I have quit for 6 mo I might try one again (to see if the taste like crap) but at this point ….. naaaa don’t want to go back. But again if you are ready then I do suggest you quit. If not your just going to disapoint yourself.

  3. Craig said:

    Hi Jess,

    Zyban can help some people to decrease their nicotine cravings, it is more effective when combined with a nicotine replacement patch or gum and Chantix.

    Hope this helps,

    Craig

  4. john r said:

    the good news is that i now have been quit for over 5 years.. i quit trying to quit alone, and joined a support group.. i attend nicotine anonymous meetings both locally and on line.. on line voice meetings are he as close as your computer, and you can attend while still smoking, before actually attempting a quit.. however you decide to quit good luck, there is simply no wrong way to quit!!

    Nicotine Anonymous is a Non-Profit 12 Step Fellowship of men and women helping each other live nicotine-free lives. Nicotine Anonymous welcomes all those seeking freedom from nicotine addiction, including those using cessation programs and nicotine withdrawal aids. The primary purpose of Nicotine Anonymous is to help all those who would like to cease using tobacco and nicotine products in any form. The Fellowship offers group support and recovery using the 12 Steps as adapted from Alcoholics Anonymous to achieve abstinence from nicotine.




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