I am smoking 10 to 20 cigarettes a day and want to give up.?

I drink whisky ocasionally in parties and I don’t enjoy that without smoke. I seriously want to give up! Please help.

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11 Responses to “I am smoking 10 to 20 cigarettes a day and want to give up.?”

  1. Erin B said:

    Why don’t you just give them both up?
    I don’t drink or smoke and I really enjoy never smelling bad, feeling sick, wasting money, etc.

    Easier said than done, I know, but how about you start with the drinking. Cut it completely and maybe that will cut your cigarettes a bit since you like doing both at the same time. Then cut the smoking down to more like 5 a day and go from there….

  2. Matt said:

    My mom has smoked for nearly twenty years but just quit with the help of some medicine she got from her doctor. I wish I knew what it was called.

  3. tomara said:

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  4. Heartland Lady said:

    Do your mind & body favor: JUST STOP! You’ll save yourself doctor visits & money too. Plus you won’t smell like an ash tray anymore!

  5. patrik said:

    i gave up smokin 2 years ago,with the help of nicotine gum..

    that said i do smoke when drinking and have accepted that i always will,its not as hard as it seems!

  6. Carly said:

    There is plenty of ways to help you quit; ther eis nicotine replacement therapies, these include gum, inhalers, patches, tablets or sprays. There is also group and one-one metting you can go to, you can get leaflets and dvds through the post from the NHS. don’t just try and cut them out, cut down slowly, and the money you use to buy cigarrettes put it in a jar at the end of it all you can treat yourself. and the whisky well change it too an different drink (vodka for example) ; you won;t have the habit of drinking whisky with smoking as that what it is now.

  7. Sunnydawn said:

    I was smoking 20 fags a day for the past 30 years. I am now on my 9th day as a non smoker.
    I have gone cold turkey but because i’m determined it has been easier this time than on my many previous attempts. I’ve also joined a self help group that meets once a week so the support is there too – i’m not on my own.
    Go for it, pick a day and stick to it.
    Lets be honest – it’s no fun any more. Having to smoke outside the pub ect.. is just plain sad.
    Good luck.

  8. amy1272hou said:

    My sister used a combination of hypnosis and acupuncture ( on the ear lobe). It was a little expensive but worked wonderfully. I’m about to quit smoking myself and plan on using the same method.
    I wish you the best of luck!

  9. Tigra, rogue ninja said:

    Going cold turkey is one of the hardest things to do. Several friends of mine have tried to quite and are still struggling.
    Try replacing the habit with something else, chew sunflower seeds, gum, or toothpicks. Find something that you can do that will take the edge off of your addiction.
    Good luck!

  10. samdugan said:

    If you want to give it up, and you’re serious about it, then just stop.

    Cold Turkey.

    I did that 9 years ago, when I left the doctors office and haven’t had a cigarette since then. If you’re really serious you can do it too!! It’s easy, you can do it. (I was doing a pack and a half each day)

  11. Sash said:

    There are lots of methods to quit and what works for some, does not work for others. Nicorette is good.
    I’ve never tried to quit myself but I’m a 20 a day smoker and am a bartender in a busy pub. Before the smoking ban, I would basically chain smoke while at work. I have tried nicorette at work and it allowed me to go 2 or 3 hours without a cig.
    I’m a hopeless nicotine addict so if I can go 3 hours without a puff, nicorette must be good.




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