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Quitting Smoking

Jul 15th 2010 at 6:53 PM

 1 to 2 packs a day.YOU  like many other smokers  have thought many times that there must be a better way to enjoy smoking. The longer you've smoked the more tired you become of all the negative effects of cigarettes. The constant smell of tobacco smoke on your clothes, your breath and your furniture. The constant mess of ashes and cigarette butt's in the house and cars. The cough and congestion thats  developed and that over the years keep getting worse. Having to go outside to smoke at work. Not being able to smoke in so many different public places. Worst of all was the resigned feeling of being hooked on a product that YOU know was no good for YOU but one that YOU was unwilling or unable to give up. 

If smoking seem like it over powering  your body you can takes control over your mind. So, doing some research, seem apparently, you will fin that you are not the only one who wants and need a  supports in order to  beat your problem.

Apparently, it takes at least 12 weeks for an ex-smoker to be able to endure this withdrawal period. These weeks might feel like they last forever nonetheless one should preserve in their mind that any symptom felt are only temporary. Your support group is the actual culprit. Any time you  have a urge for a cigarettes to  stimulating you because of your emotional feeling of being  bored along with feeling that it will relax me  if you are  stressed. Nevertheless even though YOU WANT  to quit smoking, each time YOU try, YOU feel depressed and nervous, plus as if nothing could produce YOU to  feel good except your cigarette.

It seems that, in most situation,  best thing to help is,  start with a replacements such as f patch, a new gum, and also one of those electronic cigarette. Then, as YOU stop associating cigarettes with positive feelings, it's going to be simpler for YOU to be able to go over my "need" with your support group.

If, like many other smokers, you want help but are usually highly addicted, consult with your current physician as well as remember that whatever discomfort you are usually experiencing is not so bad in comparison with the particular discomforts associated with continuing to smoke.

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Oct 26th 2010 at 2:44 PM by blackfolder1
I tried electronic cigarettes and absolutely loved them! They do work - I stopped completely the first day. Lasted about 8 months, but then unfortunately due to a highly stressful situation I went through in my life I started smoking again. Need to give ecigs another try.
   
Oct 24th 2010 at 4:17 AM by coolindiansurfer
Thanks for useful post... Loved it
   
Oct 5th 2010 at 7:58 AM by jnol
Great suff
   
Sep 30th 2010 at 10:50 AM by flconversation
It's a pity that smokers sometimes are treated as 2nd class people.
   
Sep 8th 2010 at 7:42 AM by m8t43
Appreciate your article, and yes I am a smoker too, and seriously wanting to quit. Have done so several times. Hope to be able to do so again soon and this time for good!!
   
Sep 7th 2010 at 9:34 PM by GTBulmer
Hello, DS: I smoked as a teenager and quit in my early 20s because I realized how awfully unhealthy it was for my body. Now, I have to fight secondhand smoke! But that is getting better as society in general gets smarter about protecting the health of people. I appreciate your article about wanting to help people who are serious about quitting smoking. Thanks! :-)
   
Sep 7th 2010 at 2:18 PM by freesia60
Interesting article - I am one of those people !!
   

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