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... NO ! Cigarettes DONT make you go ! I smoked from age 13 to age 25.. ... (4 replies)
... Stupid question I know and I didn't know where else to post it but I am genuinely curious. Do cigarettes make you go? ... (4 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)

... Try putting off the first cigarette of the day by one or two hours. Start, for example, with no cigarettes until nine o'clock. Next day, make eleven o'clock the earliest you can smoke and so on. ... (24 replies)
... I would always find that when i would go outside to smoke with a cup of coffee in hand by the time i finished my cigarette i had to go... bad. hehe (4 replies)
... Heck yes. In college when I was drinking a lot of caffeine on a particular day and would light up I had to run to the bathroom before I could finish my cigarette. But caffeine is a stimulant too, so no surprise there. Also when I've tried to quit before it's only been a couple days and as soon as I lit one when I fell off the wagon- bathroom, NOW. Not diarrhea either. (4 replies)
... Yep. I don't know about the diuretic aspect of it, but it's really common to become constipated once you quit. Nicotine is a stimulant. It stimulates everything, including our GI tract. No stimulant and the plumbing can get clogged up. (4 replies)
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May 18, 2007
... during this time, as the weeks went on he slowed down smoking, then right about the 2 week point he puked when he puffed a cigarette. He said it tasted like dog poop smelled and he is now 4 months later completely quit. He lives with another smoker too who smokes around him and he has zero need or incline to smoke. ... (8 replies)
... I am so proud of myself. I had been smoking for about 12 years. I started at the age of 11 *I am 23 turning 24 this month*. Let me tell you, there is NO easy way to quit. I've tried numerous times before, and nothing seemed to work. I figured that the patch or even Zyban would be the "miracle drug". There is no such thing. The biggest part of quitting is your will... (4 replies)




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