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... I've used the lozenges and still enjoy a few each day. My husband and I have gone off of them for a few months and are using them again by choice. ... (8 replies)
... Definately, i have been looking into the Commit Lozenges, I actually only smoked that one cigarete in the post above, it was the last of the pack and I have not smoked since. ... (29 replies)
... I just pop one of the lozenges in and they take the craving away just like that. You feel the tingle of the nicotine going into your system right away. ... (24 replies)

... Yeah, you know, I used to use those too (actually i've tried using pretty much every NRT or med at one time or another) and I will tell you one thing: this is withdrawal and if you can just quit the nicotine replacement right now it will go away within a week (whenever you get the last of the nicotine out). Seriously, I quit cold turkey about 5 days ago and I feel the... (2 replies)
... I stopped smoking 3 yrs ago and now am hooked on the lozenges! I have terrible stomach bloating and gas using them. Has anyone else experienced this side-effect? (2 replies)
... Hi. Congrats on quitting! I quit 1 1/2 years ago - with committ lozenge. I didn't cut down on smokes - just quit! 35 years - over 2 packs a day. I got addicted to the lozenges. I was still using the lozenge 3 months longer than they recommend. Met a woman still using them 2 years after her quit. I decided to quit cold turkey - and yes there was some withdrawal for me. I had... (5 replies)
2 days quit
Feb 24, 2008
... I used Commit lozenges for 4 days, about 10 lozenges total, and then put those down too. I realized that I was substituting one nicotine for another. ... (26 replies)
... rough my first day! I cried after I smoked my last cig last night and threw the rest away. I didn't have any cravings at all today, but I have noticed that the commit lozenges take a LONG time to dissolve. ... (6 replies)
... wow! thanks for all the enthusiasm and support for a stranger! I feel good today, I'm getting used to the lozenges. They make me a little less nauseous now and they didn't give me a headache today. They really quell cravings! Unfortunately, my mouth feels a bit sore from all the lozenges, and my tongue is kind of swollen. That's listed as a side effect though, and I think... (8 replies)
... I'll try the Commit Lozenges. I didn't have any trouble with the nicorette gum cuz it tasted disgusting. I just held it in my mouth and gave it a chew every now and then. ... (8 replies)
... the lozenges can't be nearly as bad for you as smoking is. ... (5 replies)
... Yes, that is good advice to just lay them down..BUT if you feel the urge to still smoke, go out and buy commit lozenges...YES they are nicotine..but you can control your intake... ... (15 replies)
... alking for hours after she got home from work..anyways she got me started on smoking again and its been 6 years. I just quit again for the final time..I am using Commit Lozenges, they work wonderfully,...but I am a firm believer that anything will work for you to quit, but you have to REALLY WANT TO QUIT... ... (15 replies)
... and no matter how bad the cravings get, I will NEVER put another butt in my mouth ever again...I have the power of prayer and the will to quit along with using Commit Lozenges....I will conquer this once in for all...I already feel a difference and its only been 2 days.... ... (11 replies)
On day 2
Mar 21, 2006
... and I just quit 2 days ago, with a much different attitude this time and I am using Commit Lozenges...THEY WORK very well for the cravings...SO if you are willing to quit, then go the distance and buy something to help you out... ... (2 replies)
... ent numb and I started drooling, this lasted about 10 mins, it scared the crap out of me, so I decided that wether I want to quit or not I HAVE TO QUIT. I bought Commit Lozenges and my last smoke was finished at midnight sunday March 19, 2006! ITS hard to quit, but this time it seems easier so far.. ... (4 replies)
... pt when I got the phone call. My dad has Stage IV Non Small Cell Lung Cancer and he is terminal. He's only 55. That was a HUGE motivator. I went out a got some Commit Lozenges and popped one in the morning I quit and went shopping with my sister. Kept busy all day. ... (7 replies)
... what is Kodiak? Alaska? :) (3 replies)
... lly like. I can't find it now and have to chew another, but, it's just as good. Congratulations on stopping!! I stopped January 31, 2008, 7 months, 21 days quit. Commit lozenges for 4 days then, cold. Another thing, I downloaded a quit counter. ... (5 replies)
... Thanks for the encouragement.. BAD NEWS: but, one problem my husband ticked me off the fourth day and started back again. I know it was not his fault but, it sure felt like it was. ... Ok now here is the GOOD NEWS: Ok I am back to the ole drawing board.. I quit yestersday Wed. at 3:00 p.m. May 14, 2008. So I have now quit over a day and hoping to do better this time. My... (3 replies)




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