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... 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)
... 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)
... y other form of nicotine into your body. That really is all you have to do. The problem is that the addicted smoker does not believe that he can do this, because withdrawal is uncomfortable. ... (12 replies)

... detoxes, police encounters, treatments, and a halfway house before I quit drinking altogether in 2000, only 3 years later. But...I made up for that addiction by smoking almost two packs a day. My Aunt died of lung cancer from smoking in 2003 and still I kept smoking. ... (15 replies)
... ibe yourselves for going back to smoking. The term idiot is a bit harsh, but there is a one peice of knowledge that will transform us from village idiots to Quit Smoking Scholars! ... (27 replies)
... :bouncing: There is no sure fire way of quitting smoke. For yrs drs and scientists have devised and researched to the heavens to asst. people in quitting smoking. Smoking, like eating disaorders is a personalized thing. No one thing is guaranteed to help every single person. :rolleyes: As a smoker for over 35 yrs, i promise you i've tried every witch doctor cure out... (16 replies)
... it worked for me 14 years ago, and it has helped some of my friends and relatives. I made this up myself, but would still be smoking today if I had not followed this method. I would be interested to hear what any of you think about this... ... (16 replies)
... Having said that, I have a friend who quit 18 months ago...and she was out to the pubs immediately. ... (29 replies)
... u have to do to triumph over your addiction is stop injesting all forms of nicotine completely, totally, and permanently. This may proove difficult at first, but withdrawal will peak at around the 3 day mark. And physical withdrawal will subside within 2 weeks. And everyday afterwards will get easier and easier. ... (12 replies)
Kevin's Update
May 11, 2007
... f of Chantix helped me to simply "shake it off" by getting busy with something else. It was so much easier to deal with when you understand it is no more than a withdrawal symptom. I also had a few long and strong cravings out of the clear blue, but nothing that lasted for too long. ... (1 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)
... 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)
... I've been smoke free 8 months only but this is my 3rd serious attempt. ... (1 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)
... 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 have been smoke free for 18 months and I still dream about smoking. I have no desire to smoke anymore. After about 3 months you will stop craving them, though I know people who starts back up after 4 years, but after a month you will probably be home free. ... (8 replies)
... ou're saying about giving things up in preparation for a quit. I gave up caffeine 7 years ago with the thought of eventually giving up smoking. after I give up smoking the anxiety and depression set in and it's more than I can stand. Then, I go to the pdoc and tell them what's going on and I end up on an antidepressant. ... (4 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)
Nicotine
Mar 1, 2008
... Relax and take it one day at a time. I stopped smoking using the patch and hypnosis. I went back and forth on the patch. I stayed on it longer than suggested and worked my own schedule. ... (7 replies)




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