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... I put it down and leave it down to this point and have discussed my obsession of smoking and quitting. My psych doc said that I should be over the psychological withdrawal after 3 months and if it persists that I should be in treatment for OCD tendencies. ... (20 replies)
... It's been 6 months for me. ... (20 replies)
... Today is my quit day for the second and last time, the first time I quit for 3 months than depression, anxiety, mood changes it was horrible, went back to smoking, in the meantime I was diagnosed with Anxiety/panic disorder so I am on anti depression meds as well as xanax so now that I have quit for the last time hopefully by taking these meds will help with some of the... (5 replies)

... Good going! Yes, you will get some withdrawal symptoms on the patch. I smoked for 38 years and used the 21 mg at first. I also used hypnosis along with it. ... (1 replies)
... Tomorrow will be one year smoke free for me. Unfortunately it will not be one year nicotine free. In Jan I went off the patch and on celexa, an antidepressant. I was on celexa for 8 weeks and did not feel any depression from going off the patch. ... (5 replies)
... whether it be when under stress or all the other things that caused us to light up. For those of us who have maintained a quit for some time, it's no longer a nicotine craving, it's a psychological craving. Those don't go away over night. ... (20 replies)
... hat after you've "kicked "everything else and the cigarette is the last to go, it can be torturous. Every muscle, nerve ending and emotion has been saturated in nicotine and junk for years on end and you only know how to behave while under the influence of nicotine. ... (20 replies)
... It's been 12 weeks for me Tomorrow. As with anything else that's pleasureable, I still think about it, but each week less and less. I know I won't smoke again but I will always be a smoker. And check this out---------------------if you smoke just a pack a day you're spending 2 of your waking hours with a cigarette (no wonder it's tuff to quit. (20 replies)
... headed though. I don't intend to ever smoke again. Please, if you quit leave any form of nicotine alone. You and I have an addictive behavior problem. ... (20 replies)
... and after the struggle to get this far, I'm not about to go through that again. Ask the psych how long it was before he was over it. He's probably not been a nicotine addict, and so you'll find that he read it in a book somewhere. ... (20 replies)
... Hi all! I just came from my psychiatrist this morning who said I should pretty much be over the psychological withdrawal of smoking. ... (20 replies)
... l super focused on smoking. Try to fill your thoughts with other things instead of how long it's been. You can do it it's already at the point where the residual withdrawal symptoms start to fade away and it becomes much easier after the three month mark. ... (20 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)
... I quit a little over a year ago and used the patch for 3 or 4 months. I asked my doc for Wellbutrin and I swear that gave me anxiety and depression. ... (5 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". ... (9 replies)
Need advice asap
Feb 26, 2009
... n thinking of doing things cold turkey, but unfortunately i don't have any time to stay home. I have to be at work constantly, so i thought for now i will have nicotine gums when needed and then eventually wean them too. ... (10 replies)
... uit on your own, but Cold Turkey is the easiest method to use when quitting smoking. The key is not to smoke at all. If you Never Take Another Puff then physical withdrawal peaks in 3 days subsides within 2 weeks and continues to get easier and easier everyday following. But only if you Never Take Another Puff! ... (4 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)
Quit last night
Jan 13, 2004
... I just wanted to congratulate you both on quitting smoking. I have been coming to this board since I quit just over 3 months ago. ... (17 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)




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