Have you given up smoking ? How did you do it ?

I want to give up and would be grateful of any helpfull advice .

Thanks everyone 🙂

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4 Responses to “Have you given up smoking ? How did you do it ?”

  1. gofish1985 said:

    by picking up another habit to do

  2. LPN in NEPA said:

    I smoked for 13 years, from age 15 to age 28. I’m now 30. I quit May 1, 2007, and haven’t smoked since.
    It was, and has been, the hardest thing I’ve ever done in my life. But it IS possible to quit! I have a very addictive personality, and if I can quit, anyone can.
    I never imagined my life without smoking, I loved doing it too, it was just so relaxing, or so I thought.
    Cigarettes brainwash people. Once you quit, REALLY quit, you’ll see how much they controlled your life, how EVIL they are.
    What I did was set a quit date two weeks in advance, then, got a week’s worth of Nicorette gum, and quit May 1, 2007.
    The first 4 days were awful. I was in agony. I actually called off from work two days in a row. But, after the first 4 days, it got a little better.
    I’d say that the first 4 months were the worst, although my first year as a non smoker I still thought about smoking every day, and often thought about starting again.
    After hitting the 1 year milestone, it just got a lot easier. I’m not sure why. I guess part of it was I was around several smokers for a good deal of the time, and, the smell just made me SO nauseated.
    And, my health is SO MUCH better, even though I’m only 30, I’m much healthier now than when I was a smoker.
    If you need any further advice, I’m here to share. I’m more than willing to help people kick the nasty smoking habit.

  3. Susan C said:

    I quit 2 years ago using Chantix…

  4. The Midgets Hammer said:

    My last cigarette was Sept. 13, 2007. I had tried many times before and failed to quit smoking. You have to genuinely want to quit. It was very hard and I still miss smoking to this day. But when ever I want a cigarette, I remember the mornings of hacking, the nights of not being able to breath without hearing it. And I chew a lots of gum. Also, I found the nicotine patches with cinnamon sticks a very good combination. The cinnamon stick helped with the oral fixation of having a cigarette in my mouth, plus, when you can taste the cinnamon stick, its a good indication that you will not start up again. At least that’s how it worked for me.




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