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... I quit cold turkey for 6 months once. I did the same as you, I was sick, and since I never smoked when I was sick, I figured I might as well not start up again once I was better... ... (10 replies)
... these are symptoms of WITHDRAWAL and they will last as long as you keep using nicotine! This is the ONLY thing that has kept me from lighting up these past 3 days, lol... ... (2 replies)
Need advice asap
Feb 26, 2009
... I'm not really sure if this is playing with my body even more, since there will be always an amount of nicotine in my body, but i suppose it's better than smoking for now. ... (10 replies)

Quick quit
Mar 13, 2017
... I always made to believe quitting smoking was the hardest thing to do. ... (3 replies)
... Hi,i am also a chantix user ,i smoked 45 years and just found out i have copd,i started chantix 1 month ago,the first 3 week ,i still smoked 1 or2 a day,then the smoke made me so sick to smell,i could not smoke a cig.i been without a cig.1 week today .and only 1 chantix pill aday,i toss my cigs,ashtrays away.and my house smell good.i got up set stomach at time ,but i was not... (14 replies)
Chantix 2011 User
Aug 27, 2011
... I did quit for six months then stupidly took a 'drag' at christmas and started smoking again. ... (14 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". However it will continue to be psychological addiction. ... (9 replies)
... Like you I started at a very young age and I am 39 I quit 4 months ago cold turkey my third serious attempt and hopefully my last. ... (17 replies)
... is job when we lived in Ricmond Va. A month later he was offered a job at Phillip Morris, the pay was great and he still turned it down. He ended up going 2 more months before finding a job. ... (23 replies)
New to the board
Nov 17, 2002
... months even. My health has now been affected by my smoking. I have a herniated disc, and believe that smoking since I was 15 has contributed to it. ... (2 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)
... I have been smoking for 30 years and had almost given up on ever leaving cigarettes behind. ... (6 replies)
... Know exactly what you mean about the weight. Trying my best to watch what I eat..but one's metabolism definitely changes. A friend of mine who quit 18 months ago says that it took a year for her metabolism to sort itself out. But she is back to her old weight and having no problems now. ... (5 replies)
... Don't know why I did this now. I was so sick of smoking and my health was horrible. I already feel better, breathe better, can walk longer, my BP is down, all that good stuff. ... (2 replies)
... Hi Michelle: What I've gotten since I stopped smoking was my sense of smell back, my self respect back, the ability to walk up stair without feeling like I was going to die, a smaller purse (no need for a big one to carry cigarettes in) and I've also gotten $5 more a day in my pocket. I could go on and on. These things are all permenant. I know that's not what you meant... (3 replies)
Anyone agree
Feb 8, 2008
... As for me, I've quit smoking, for 6, 8, 12 months at a time ... but was NEVER fully off of nicotine. ... (16 replies)
... ty disorder. My doc didn't want me doing any patches or supplements because my symptoms are doing really well on my current med plan. I read about quitting for months so I'd know what to expect, and I wasn't looking forward to quitting. I figured "I'd try quitting". I know, a bad attitude for succes. ... (3 replies)
... Welcome to the best no smoking site!! We just love it when new quitters join us here. Congratulations on being smoke free for 4 whole days!! ... (49 replies)
... You will feel all sorts of sensations after you stop smoking. I was a pack and a half a day smoker until I quit smoking about 8 months ago. I really struggled with going cold turkey because of the effects of the withdrawal of the nicotine. ... (4 replies)
... years. I don't know why some people suffer depression when quitting and others don't, but I did. It kicked in at about three months and became severe enough where I thought I might need medical help. For a while I was often discovered weeping in my bedroom reading the obituaries in the dark. ... (6 replies)

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