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... a poisonous alkaloid that is the chief addictive substance in tobacco. It is also used as an insecticide and to kill parasitic worms in animals. ... (3 replies)
... Cinnamon sticks work really well to have something to suck on. As do straw cigarettes. Cut some straws the length of a cigarette and stuff it with cotton until the draw is about the same as a cigarette. Keep these handy. ... (11 replies)
... Well, nicotine is out of his system 72 hours after he takes his last puff. As far as physical withdrawals from the chemical dependency (as opposed to the psychological dependency, which, IMO, is MUCH stronger than the chemical addiction), the sweats, the shakes, the shear exhaustion, the nausea, that should be finished three days after he takes his last puff. My guess is... (6 replies)

... yself from smoking, I've tried chewing gum and putting cotton in a straw and pretending its a cigarette, but the urge overrides me at times and I really need one as I'm writing this. ... (3 replies)
... by smoking dthis is so weird. I really need help with this. MY friend who will be with me after surgery quit on ash wednesday she is going to put the patch on as soon as I do my first walk in the hospital. ... (11 replies)
... Well Death comes to mind as a pretty good motivator. Fear of not being able to breathe also helped as a motivator. Causing harm to others that I love because I was a self center twit also helped. ... (3 replies)
... My name is Sami and i am in my final year of University. As im sure all of you post grads out there know the final year is heavy and stressfull. ... (2 replies)
... Hello all: First off, thank you, thank you, thank you to everyone that shares their stories - it's a big help reading through everyone's thoughts etc. I got a prescription for Chantix 3 months ago, held it for awhile and started it yesterday, a bit nervous after reading the stories here and other places. I smoked during the day - by 9pm they did not taste like... (0 replies)
... captnanny: I too had to quit for health reasons. Well, let me rephrase that...It was "strongly suggested" that I quit or the tumors on the roof of my mouth would be back and after most of the bone has been shaved down there would not be much left to shave and then big bad times would come!!! So, yes, I quit. I has not been easy but I find that keeping myself busy helps... (11 replies)
... Hi CaptNanny and welcome to this board!!! Wow, you sure have a lot on your mind. I really hope everything works out for you. As you've probably already read, a lot of us quit smoking using a drug called Chantix. You can keep smoking for the first week or so while using the drug, but it gradually curbs your desire to the point where you cut down and quit altogether. It... (11 replies)
... it's easier when someone else is going thru the same horrible withdrawals as yourself. ... (11 replies)
... gooner, please please please don't start again, the fun part of smoking is not worth the grief and pain it will cause you and others 35 years from now. It will be sooooooooo much more difficult for you to quit in 35 years .... I know, I'm there and it was horrible to quit at age 50. :dizzy: (But I only smoked 2 packs a day for 25-30 years :eek: ). Please do something... (3 replies)
... You breath better and are not as tired. ... (4 replies)
... line medications have established empirical record of efficacy, and should be considered first as part of tobacco dependence treatment except in cases of contraindications. ... (24 replies)
Smoke away
Oct 8, 2003
... line medications have established empirical record of efficacy, and should be considered first as part of tobacco dependence treatment except in cases of contraindications. ... (14 replies)
... Every attempt to quit is different and just because a past attempt to quit that failed doesn't mean that it will be as hard THIS attempt to quit. I say NEVER give up. That's what I said to myself the last time I attempted to quit smoking back in 2005 after surgery. ... (5 replies)
... I promise you that the effort that you're putting into this quit, will NOT last forever. As long as you don't smoke again, you're going to find a comfort and calmness that you haven't felt since before you started smoking. ... (1 replies)
... I remember that first cigarette. As I forced the smoke down in my lungs, causing me to have a coughing fit. I remember the overwhelming feeling as the nicotine, smoke and 4000 other chemicals came rushing into my body and brain, causing me to feel dizzy, nauseous, shaky, amped and probably a bit confused. ... (0 replies)
Questions?
Sep 22, 2007
... As I was saying....yes, that first year was a toughie, but I did it, as I had made up my mind, that "No matter WHAT, I'll NEVER smoke again, EVER!" Each month that went by got a bit easier..... ... (5 replies)
... In persons with mild symptoms, such as fatigue or loss of energy, ALT may be tested to make sure they do not have chronic liver disease. ... (3 replies)




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