I never ever thought I could Quit but here I am best thing I have ever done 7 the hardest thing I have ever done. Rach you can do this trust me if I can you can. I was so addicted for many many years. Never think you can have just one you cant.
I have been smoke free for 25 days. I am using patch and vaping with no nicotine. My first grandchild is due to arrive in June and I have decided that this is the time. I have tried numerous other times and failed, but not this time. After smoking nearly past six years from now one week ago I stopped smoking. I got nearly 3 three time craving a day mostly after having my meals. That time I am feeling proud of myself.
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Well it has been 28 years since I quit for the final time. Was the best thing I have ever done. Having a heart attack at the age of 31, will scare the crap out of anyone. But I did go back and smoke after almost 2 years. It took me another 2 years to quit, but then I quit again for good. Now it has been 28 years and 5 months since the last time I smoked. Best thing I could have done for myself. Day 9, for some reason I feel like I am struggling more today, reading this looking for inspiration to stay off them.
Guess I just need to stay positive that I can do this! And I will! Thank you everybody who posted, just helped remind why we need to stop. I came here to read the timeline on what to expect throughout the weeks of recovery and I am remembering the saying N. E which means Not One Puff Ever.
Here is to hoping this is the last time and final time I quit smoking. I quit on 1st March and now almost 42 days have passed and my anxiety level has gone down but still have problems with my sleep but I am positive and hope I shall overcome. Started quitting since Holy Thursday March 29, On my 3rd day i felt some withdrawals until today and cravings.
Congrats to you all I can only hope to get as far as you. Thanks for the inspiration. Today is day 3. And I still have my job. I feel confident that this is going to be successful.
Im going to try and quit today the only thing is im so scared of the lung problems i will get with this. Does anyone have any advice? Am 29 years n v been smoking for 5 years…My breath is better n v saved my life a lot. Jan ! My quit day was 28 Feb Used champix.
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Still have minor cravings but been able to sustain being a non smoker. Thank you for the auspicious writeup. It in fact was a amusement account it. Look advanced to more added agreeable from you! However, how could we communicate? I am 49 and have smoked since I was You people are giving me the inspiration that I need. I am now 6 hours into my smoke free world and promised myself never to go back to cigarettes. Going by the experiences of my colleagues here, I know it is not going to be easy but I am determined.
I enjoyed smoking! The will to quit and be smoke free has to dominate the need to smoke. I tried quitting many times.
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I am successful this time!! I feel good, really good and I smell good, really good! I have nicotine gum 4mg to get me over the rough times, but otherwise the cravings are pretty much gone. I too, am a non smoker!! Its such as you learn my mind! You appear to know so much approximately this, such as you wrote the book in it or something.
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I think that you could do with a few percent to power the message house a little bit, but instead of that, this is fantastic blog. A fantastic read. My quit day, Tuesday, January 2 at pm, I finished my last cigarette. Cold Turkey. Have been a smoker for 46yrs but never a heavy smoker and have been rolling my own with a filter in for 35yrs. My doctor tells me i am the worst type of smoker because i smoke maybe a day and enjoy them. Have been interested in the comments left by everyone and would like to wish you all good luck and good health. My quit day was March 9th.
The cravings were horrendous yesterday, Day 3. I am on day 4 and not so cranky today. Every time I want a smoke I go do a quick jaunt around the neighborhood. I am then reminded of why I quit so I can breathe. Thanks for all the stories above. I will never pick one of these up again because I do not want to go through the withdrawal symptoms again: I wish everyone luck on their journey!
I quit last Friday cold turkey. The cravings drive me insane but I vent given up. My quit date was Saturday February 17th. Early, but I am already feeling the positive physical affects. Well in one hour it will be five days. The third day almost killed me but I made it through that day and the weekend. It just might and the waiting to find out is almost as hard as quitting the habit that started it. Good luck everyone. It has been now 50hrs to smoke my last cigarette.
I do feel some changes in my mood and behavior, I hope to stick onto my decision and not to go back smoking. Trying my best!!! This is my first smoke free day. I have quit before, however, I seem to always go back to this habit. I have to say, I had no idea that quitting smoking would change things so quickly, I have to share this, and this is less than one week from quitting. Not too mention, I have been having problems with my circulation, developing PAD peripheral artery disease which was making it difficult to walk long distances, after these 5 days, the difference is night and day, I can walk farther, faster and can feel warmth in my calves and feet from my circulation improving.
Gotta quit people!!!!
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I have been nicotine free since June 28, a total of days after smoking for over 35 years. I have gained 12 pounds now despite working out regularly and gone through a period of what most would call depression. What keeps me going is the thought of dying a terrible death. My mother had a stroke at 80 after 60 years of heavy smoking and she struggled mightily until her passing six years later.
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I want to die a dignified death like we can control that! My only regret in life is that I ever started in the first place! Good luck to all former smokers! My quit date is August 29, I smoked for 23 years and am 62 years old. I had made all the right noises at least in my head about quitting smoking for a while, but my chest started feeling weird and it scared me.
My insurance provider gave me patches and gum free.