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... rd, and i've tried to find posts that go into detail about what to expect from going cold turkey and I can't find one that's very candid. Anyway, i've taped off smoking for months now, and i've had anxiety problems for about that amount of time, so I'm not sure if that's related. ... (3 replies)
... Hey Eric, Thanks for your reply...you are right, I'm anticipating A LOT of things that will happen when I quit. I'm an agitated anticipator-- the type that anticipates things with nervousness, anxiety and dread. It certainly is a counterproductive behavior to needing to quit. But it's true-- the first time I quit, it happened pretty easily and I maintained it for 10... (3 replies)
... i am a 38 year old woman and have been smoking since i was 13 years old. i would like to stop smoking. . .again. 6years ago i stopped for 6mths when i lived with an aunt. ... (1 replies)

... You mentioned that you quit for 10 months and then smoked because of stress of a new job. This is one of the most common reasons people go back to smoking or I should say, smoked a cigarette. ... (3 replies)
... What I'm wondering is if starting the Chantix will complicate my benzo withdrawal or make both the cig and benzo withdrawal more complicated. ... (1 replies)
... uit on your own, but Cold Turkey is the easiest method to use when quitting smoking. The key is not to smoke at all. If you Never Take Another Puff then physical withdrawal peaks in 3 days subsides within 2 weeks and continues to get easier and easier everyday following. But only if you Never Take Another Puff! ... (4 replies)
... skull and oh boy could I go back in a New York minute! By the grace of God did I put it down and leave it down to this point and have discussed my obsession of smoking and quitting. ... (20 replies)
... You should go back to normal, in time. A guy I used to work with quit, after like 35 years of smoking, and he was miserable with it. He said it took him around 3 months to get back to normal. No reason not to quit smoking though...really. ... (4 replies)
... I have quit cold turkey in the past and I was temporarily successful. Once I quit smoking for about 6 months and I felt a lot better at 6 months so I know I can do it. However, the withdrawal symptoms are about to drive me nuts. ... (5 replies)
... Good going! Yes, you will get some withdrawal symptoms on the patch. I smoked for 38 years and used the 21 mg at first. I also used hypnosis along with it. ... (1 replies)
... this is the last time and I am NOW FREE of nicotine! Part of not smoking is not giving in to the temptation. That temptation is your withdrawal of not having a smoke. ... (7 replies)
... I agree with Dottie l96l. My father stoped 35 years ago and started up 2 yrs ago saying I'm 78 and smoking! Who cares. But it is like addictions. Just as I said of my father, he started after 35 yrs My sympthies to you Dottie of your mothers passing. (17 replies)
... I have quit smoking now for 17 months. I still quite often think about smoking...........but I won't. ... (9 replies)
... :wave: Way to go NAY! How surprising that I am TODAY celebrating my ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY, I do not crave the cigs too much at all anymore, once in a great while my brain will tell me to get one, but it is just an old habit I think. I have the same reasons as you that I quit, I used every single crutch there is on the market, I spent about $100. initially on the "Quit Kit" but... (24 replies)
... I don't want to go through withdrawal again!! Especially hell week! !! Hell week is enough for anyone to not want to start up again. ... (24 replies)
... Hope you don't mind if I jump in. I started smoking around 15 yrs old I am now 54. ... (17 replies)
... The delayed withdrawal is what has puzzled me. ... (17 replies)
... It's been 12 weeks for me Tomorrow. As with anything else that's pleasureable, I still think about it, but each week less and less. I know I won't smoke again but I will always be a smoker. And check this out---------------------if you smoke just a pack a day you're spending 2 of your waking hours with a cigarette (no wonder it's tuff to quit. (20 replies)
... Hi all! I just came from my psychiatrist this morning who said I should pretty much be over the psychological withdrawal of smoking. ... (20 replies)
Through the haze
Jul 19, 2007
... This also made me keenly aware of what was smoking withdrawal and what was Chantix side effect. ... (8 replies)




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