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... Congratulations on quitting nicotine!!! Nine days is quite an accomplishment and you should be pretty proud of yourself!!! ... (5 replies)
... Congrads! Quitting is not an easy thing to do. Quitting cold turkey is an admirable way to quit smoking, I tried but the cravings created such a withdrawl from the nicotine and the rest of the chemicals that I started back up to get rid of the symptoms. ... (5 replies)
... Absolutely. You will feel worst at first going through the detox of nicotine. ... (7 replies)

... is tricky because there are many benefits to smoking. Albeit those benefits may be perceived, they are still there. For example, anxiety and the calming effect of smoking. ... (4 replies)
... After a period of time he did decided to go to counseling. ... (4 replies)
... Yes, I think you can have some mild withdrawl symptoms from cutting down from a pack to 5 or less cigs...that's quite a substantial drop in nicotine...but I also think you would get over it pretty fast too...possibly in a few days. ... (16 replies)
Few non smoking ?
Apr 24, 2007
... I have tried several methods to quit smoking over the past 18 years. I am currently taking Chantix and for me, it does lessen the symptoms of nicotine withdrawl. ... (5 replies)
... You are still have withdrawals. It takes anywhere from one to three weeks for most of the symptoms to go away. Hang in there. It won't be long now. I'd say since you are not sleeping well, that is probable affecting your appitite as well. ... (9 replies)
Hello, I am new!
Mar 16, 2008
... No, it's not easy. I do believe my very difficult withdrawl symptoms were during the first week of pills while I smoked. Now in the morning of day 3 of my quit, I have cravings but not the withdrawl symptoms. I am a bit naseaus from the Chantix, but once I go a week with no puff, I may lower my dosage. ... (9 replies)
... dale. I hope many of you try and try. Smoking is not a character issue. It is a chronic condition that warrants chronic treatment just like high blood pressure and diabetes. ... (3 replies)
Feb 14, 2007
... u too...I hear that giving up chew is even more difficult than quitting cigs...don't know how that can be true, , so pats on back to you. Jeff, there are so many withdrawl symptoms, memaw's right about that. That chest discomfort could very well be anxiety from withdrawling from the nicotine also. ... (3 replies)
Feeling mean
Feb 6, 2004
... I'll just have a cig while I wait person. As far as counseling goes I've had several years of it along with alanon because of a previous marriage to an abusive alcholic. Haven't really worked on me though if you know what I mean just trying to survive the marriage. ... (10 replies)
... nicotine at 19 while in Kuwait. I am now 29 and less than a year from my 30th birthday. While I used to be quite fit I am now your typical out of shape male. While still in my 20's I have developed several health problems which I have blamed all on smoking. ... (3 replies)
... but I just want you to know, that there is no silver bullet, magic pill, or anything to MAKE you STOP smoking. The patches, gum, inhalers, Zyban...all of these aids are great to assist you in quitting, to help lessen the withdrawl symptoms, but they won't make you quit, like magic...that is up to you. ... (11 replies)

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