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... every time I try to quit, this fear goes thru my mind of how uncomfortable I'm going to feel. Our minds remember the past attempts. ... (5 replies)
... Good for you in wanting to quit. It takes a person an average of 5 times of trying to quit before they can kick the habbit. ... (7 replies)
... The nicotine's just about out of your system, you're tweaking the med so it works best for you, you've got your hubby there to help you, you're doing it!!!! ... (17 replies)

... train your brain. It's great that you exercise. ... (17 replies)
... I've heard that some people get nautious, some get the cold sweats, some get the shakes. It's just your body detoxing from lack of nicotine. This is a good thing because it's getting that junk out of your system. ... (2 replies)
... so YOU know best on what you feel comfortable with but Deda is an advocate of the patches because that's how she quit and still uses them and I'm an advocate of cold turkey because that's how I quit so we're both just full of knowledge on our methods of quitting. ... (26 replies)
Stopping smoking
Jun 7, 2012
... Using another way of getting nicotine in your blood stream and still has cancer causing agents in this product. ... (10 replies)
... the nicotine is out of your system. ... (4 replies)
Anyone agree
Feb 4, 2008
... I HAVE JUST BEEN READING Joel Spitzer QUIT SMOKING IT SAYS THE ONLY WAY TO STOP IS GOING COLD TURKEY BECAUSE HE SAYS USING NRT IS JUST PUTING YOU WITHDRAWALS BECAUSE YOU ARE STILL GETTING NOCOTINE I AM ON PATCHES MYSELF JUST A BIT CURIOUS TO SEE IF ANYONE AGREES WITH THIS HE SAYS IT TAKES 72 HOURS FOR THE NICOTINE TO COME OUT OF YOUR SYSTEM SO WE JUST PRELONG IT USING NRT (16 replies)
... The nausea will pass,you are getting through the hardest part 3 days and nicotine is out of your system.Stick with it and 1 pound in week ain't nothing. ... (41 replies)
... The patch works for people as does the Chantix. You choose which one is right for you. They both are good. They both have side effects, tho. Let us know what your decision will be. We will help you through this any way we can. ... (15 replies)
... The nausea could very be from the withdrawal. It should be getting better in the next week or two. ... (36 replies)
... Bless your heart!! I know it's tough. The nicotine is out of you system now. But nicodemon is still calling you...wanting to lure you in its clutches again. ... (17 replies)
Quitting...
Feb 14, 2007
... on back to you. Jeff, there are so many withdrawl symptoms, memaw's right about that. That chest discomfort could very well be anxiety from withdrawling from the nicotine also. I think if you had a heart condition, you would have that pain while you work out too, especially so. ... (3 replies)
Quitting...
Feb 13, 2007
... Sounds like nicotine withdrawal to me. Chewing....smoking..... it's all the same to nicodemon. Three days without nicotine is a super giant step to becoming nicotine free!! Congratulations. ... (3 replies)
... It was a single episode, but it scared me enough to quit my alcohol, caffeine, and nicotine dependancies right then and there. ... (10 replies)
... personally...i dont think sucking on a commit lozenge is a good thing...cause thats putting the nicotine back into your system....that you have already worked so hard on trying to get out of your system.....if you feel the need to suck on something.... ... (15 replies)
... Dont use nicotine replacement of any kind. ... (6 replies)
... t to give in. I wanted a cig so bad but what helped me was a hotline in our state. I called them and they said the reason I was craving a cig bad was because the nicotine was out of my system and my body didn't know how to react. Something my body was used to having, wasn't getting anymore. So they helped a lot. ... (6 replies)
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