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Need advice asap
Feb 25, 2009
... tomach pains, insomnia, depression, headache, exhaustion just to name a few. I felt like I made the decision to voluntarily go insane. It took me approximately 3 months to stop all the crap that went along with quitting, suddenly that feeling of being disconnected lifted and things got ALOT easier. ... (10 replies)
... ou're saying about giving things up in preparation for a quit. I gave up caffeine 7 years ago with the thought of eventually giving up smoking. after I give up smoking the anxiety and depression set in and it's more than I can stand. Then, I go to the pdoc and tell them what's going on and I end up on an antidepressant. ... (4 replies)
... Hi Michelle: What I've gotten since I stopped smoking was my sense of smell back, my self respect back, the ability to walk up stair without feeling like I was going to die, a smaller purse (no need for a big one to carry cigarettes in) and I've also gotten $5 more a day in my pocket. I could go on and on. These things are all permenant. I know that's not what you meant... (3 replies)

... I officially quit smoking today...about 8 hours ago. Dang if I am not already feeling anxious and a bit irritable. I did put a patch on my arm, but so far it is not doing much. ... (3 replies)
... It does get better. I finally am not depressed or anxious, this week as a matter of fact. Just still cant fall asleep normal and today working on 3 hrs of sleep. I do have much more energy ,just wish not so much at bedtime LOL So hang in there. It will all be worth it as we look back on these past few months!!! (37 replies)
... hat if you smoke for 30 odd years, this stuff isn't just going to go away in 6 months. I would love to hear from anyone who has successfully quit and had all the withdrawal syndrome go away. ... (6 replies)
Mar 1, 2008
... Relax and take it one day at a time. I stopped smoking using the patch and hypnosis. I went back and forth on the patch. I stayed on it longer than suggested and worked my own schedule. ... (7 replies)
... I did and was quit for a whole 6 months, then I started again. The whole 6 months I was on the NRT. So this time I figured I HAD to get off the nicotine ... I am an addict. ... (15 replies)
... detoxes, police encounters, treatments, and a halfway house before I quit drinking altogether in 2000, only 3 years later. But...I made up for that addiction by smoking almost two packs a day. My Aunt died of lung cancer from smoking in 2003 and still I kept smoking. ... (15 replies)
Anyone agree
Feb 8, 2008
... As for me, I've quit smoking, for 6, 8, 12 months at a time ... but was NEVER fully off of nicotine. ... (16 replies)
... I quit cold turkey for 6 months once. I did the same as you, I was sick, and since I never smoked when I was sick, I figured I might as well not start up again once I was better... ... (10 replies)
... ctione withdrawal it takes 72 hours to get it out of you system so right about now that ole nicodemon is wanting his fix really bad he's trying to trick you into smoking tell him to go away no no no i will not smoke. ... (9 replies)
... its easy to forget during withdrawal that the cigarettes cause you to feel this way. we think 'that makes no sense. i stop smoking i feel horrible. i smoke ill feel better. ... (3 replies)
... Wow, you sound just like me nine months ago. Trust me, it really does get much better with time. ... (30 replies)
... After nearly 30 years I finally stopped smoking with the help of nicotine patches just over 5 weeks ago. ... (4 replies)
... is just my opinion because never tried the patch or chantix but the patch was delivering a small steady stream of nicotine and when you stopped you went through withdrawal just like anyone else and one of the many symptoms is depression. ... (3 replies)
... ty disorder. My doc didn't want me doing any patches or supplements because my symptoms are doing really well on my current med plan. I read about quitting for months so I'd know what to expect, and I wasn't looking forward to quitting. I figured "I'd try quitting". I know, a bad attitude for succes. ... (3 replies)
I need help
Jul 5, 2007
... Hey Liamsmom first let me start by saying way to go... 13 months God Bless.... ... (15 replies)
Kevin's Update
May 11, 2007
... f of Chantix helped me to simply "shake it off" by getting busy with something else. It was so much easier to deal with when you understand it is no more than a withdrawal symptom. I also had a few long and strong cravings out of the clear blue, but nothing that lasted for too long. ... (1 replies)
... I love no longer smoking and you will, too!! ... (15 replies)

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