go to sleep, Russ.
I started smoking at 17 and quit at 28. I did it cold turkey. I relapsed to years ago at the age of 33.
Last week I quit again. Cold turkey again. It drives you mad for about 3 days but after that it becomes a hell of a lot easier. I stopped successfully for 5 years, this time it's for good.
Nicotine patches, gum and inhalers are only delaying the inevitable. If you want to quit, you have to stop the intake of nicotine.
Cold turkey...It can be done!
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I did Champix serototin re-uptake inhibitor
give's a side effect not unlike Viagra
It's been my experience that cigarettes, nicotine, hypnosis. patches, cold turkey and anything else associated with quitting smoking are all toys in a game smokers play...
the only requirement for quitting is the decision and commitment to do so...if your thinking about it you aren't doing it...if your looking for ways to do it...you aren't doing it...if it seems difficult or complicated your playing with yourself...
Don't be fooled...if you believe that anything is necessary to help you quit...you are not ready to quit so don't even bother...
it's dead simple...once the decision is made...it's done
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Thank you, doctor.
Your welcome...speak to William about the bill...
What I dont get is why the powers to be don't tell quiters of smoking that every month for the next Ten years particles of the marrow of their bone is relesed into the blood stream? thus causing the rehabilitated ex somoker to be subjected to actual nicotine withdrawal syptoms and have a high probability of experiencing a relapse.
Here in Canada, maybe a country at the forefront of the anti-smoking campaign, smoking has become a very socially shunned activity.
It is, in a word, time to quit.
Morning coffee without a cigarette is quite frightening.
Not having a puff while indulging in an alcoholic beverage
Time to become reformed.
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Five non-graphic images to stop you smoking
The smoker's computer
This image, uploaded to the internet in 2008, shows the inside of a Dell computer which was used by a two-pack-a-day smoker for three years.
Another image of the inside of a cancer-ridden computer. The person who posted the picture to Reddit said a heavy smoker had been using the machine for five years.
The smoker's curtain
Earlier this month this image surfaced online. It shows a curtain from a smoker's apartment being washed.
The smoker's ceiling
The person who uploaded this picture said it was taken after spraying Formula 409 on the ceiling of a house that two chain smokers lived in for 60 years.
The smoker's home
It takes a lot of cigarettes to paint the walls. The person who posted this one on Reddit said: "I almost gagged walking in ... but once I started taking pictures I couldn't leave. The picture doesn't even really do it justice."
We could all sit outside on banana lounges discussing the best way to rebuild a 4WD transmission and agree, through shared stories of conquests supporting our assertions, that there is no basis to the proposition that those least assured of their persuasions are the first to condemn others for theirs.
That's all well and fine with inanimate non-biologicals...but if it's legitimate smoking, the human body has ways of cleaning itself and preventing the filth pictured above...
This is why I quit smoking:
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Man, I had no problem ditching that filthy 42 year habit. Did it in one day. Cowardice is motivator ...
Stopping smoking is easy. Unfortunately starting again is easy too. I've been an on off smoker all my life. In the past 5 years I've stopped twice. Once for 18 months and once for 3 months. i found it quite easy to stop both times.I found it easy to start again as well though. I've just managed to stop again, this time it wasn't easy. I hope that because it was difficult it'll help me stay off them for good.
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You don't see people with syringes hanging out of their arms everywhere you go. (Or rolled up banknotes hanging out of their noses)
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