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... All of your replies and support are great!!!! Last night was tough for me, but I got through it. My home is really the only place I felt comfortable smoking anymore, so it was hard to be here and not smoke. Especially with a beer! ... (59 replies)
... You and I are both nicotine addicts. The thought of smoking will cross our minds. I am not entirely certain we will ever be over "physical addiction". However it will continue to be psychological addiction. ... (9 replies)
... Welcome to the best no smoking site!! We just love it when new quitters join us here. Congratulations on being smoke free for 4 whole days!! ... (49 replies)

... or, because it may not have anything to do with the Chantix or stopping smoking. Although the nicotene is out of your body in a couple of days, I have read that withdrawal can take several months. But I would tell anyone with your symptoms to get a check up. Just to be sure as you don't want to ignore something like that. ... (5 replies)
... Chantix is normally prescribed for three months and can be extended to six months if you need too. I was curious why you stopped taking the Chantix after having taken it for only one month. Please don't even think of smoking again. ... (16 replies)
... To the best of my knowledge, cold turkey withdrawal symptoms can last at least a month with cravings gradually reducing for up to a year. ... (17 replies)
... I have been quit smoking for 6 months 1 week and 5 days. I used the Chantix for 12 weeks. I had my last cigarette on August 14, 2006. How long have you been quit? ... (37 replies)
... While I don't have time to cite any source here, proffering proof that nicotine withdrawal causes depresstion, I can tell you that I have experienced that phenomenon firsthand. ... (5 replies)
... lord have mercy the withdrawal symptoms I had. Let's just anything you can think of had. Headache upset stomach,panic attacks,insomnia,nausea,shakes.etc. Thank god it only lasted a few days. ... (4 replies)
... Like you I started at a very young age and I am 39 I quit 4 months ago cold turkey my third serious attempt and hopefully my last. ... (17 replies)
Zyban
Sep 11, 2006
... I quit cold turkey a little more than 3 months ago after smoking for 25 years. ... (7 replies)
... I've had several weird symptoms since I quit smoking seven days ago. I know some of them are normal, but I thought I'd check with you guys to see what you think of the others. ... (4 replies)
... I just quit 7 months ago and I can't believe dealing with my fear was worst than having to deal with the actual discomfort of withdrawal. ... (2 replies)
14 days!
Mar 19, 2006
... i quit smoking february 16th...by using wellbutrin.....but have quit taking it due to the fact that it was causing bad depression symptoms. ... (1 replies)
... i quit feb. 16th......and do not want to or plan to smoke again. i still think about smoking here and there...not because i WANT to...but because it was a habit....say for instance talking on the phone...it was a habit to smoke and talk... ... (25 replies)
Waking up
Feb 10, 2006
... Quitting smoking completely and the symptoms that you start having in your body is like waking up from a dead sleep. ... (0 replies)
... I have heard that it is nearly impossible to quit smoking by cutting down. ... (3 replies)
... and no longer be reformed, they will either be drinking as much as before or worse even more than before. If they want to stop drinking again they face the same withdrawal symptoms and everything else that went with it all over again. ... (6 replies)
... You will feel all sorts of sensations after you stop smoking. I was a pack and a half a day smoker until I quit smoking about 8 months ago. I really struggled with going cold turkey because of the effects of the withdrawal of the nicotine. ... (4 replies)
... What I meant by great success was that it helped me to quit without the horrible withdrawal symptoms for a long period of time. It sometimes takes some smokers many tries of quitting before they quit permanently. ... (5 replies)




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