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Few months of hell

Postby Nostalgic » Fri Sep 21, 2018 1:15 pm

Super happy I quit smoking and it’s been about 4 months but GEEZ what a horrible thing to do to myself!!!
Weight gain, pimples, depression, tiredness, digestion problems, I think I suffered every withdrawal symptom that exsist plus some! :drool:
I realized how much of a nicotine junkie I actually was!
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Re: Few months of hell

Postby VenusInChains » Sat Sep 22, 2018 5:23 am

That's great to hear you quit smoking Nos, keep it up. :clap:
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Re: Few months of hell

Postby tropicalheatwave » Fri Oct 05, 2018 2:18 am

Four months clean from smoking weed is a great accomplishment. I hope you will continue on this path. :)
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Re: Few months of hell

Postby Nostalgic » Mon Oct 22, 2018 1:55 pm

Haha, never been a weed smoker, I gave up tabaxxo smoke and it’s been horrible, Ive gained 7kgs :(
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Re: Few months of hell

Postby Dorn » Sun Dec 02, 2018 4:06 pm

Nostalgic wrote:Super happy I quit smoking and it’s been about 4 months but GEEZ what a horrible thing to do to myself!!!
Weight gain, pimples, depression, tiredness, digestion problems, I think I suffered every withdrawal symptom that exsist plus some! :drool:
I realized how much of a nicotine junkie I actually was!
What a nightmare. I hope you're better off now.

...it’s been horrible, Ive gained 7kgs...
That's not worth it. Smoking isn't as destructive to your health as that of being overweight, so you need a certain something to pacify the parasympathetic nervous system, that is, the PSNS "octopus."
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Re: Few months of hell

Postby Nostalgic » Thu Dec 06, 2018 3:25 pm

Dorn wrote:
Nostalgic wrote:Super happy I quit smoking and it’s been about 4 months but GEEZ what a horrible thing to do to myself!!!
Weight gain, pimples, depression, tiredness, digestion problems, I think I suffered every withdrawal symptom that exsist plus some! :drool:
I realized how much of a nicotine junkie I actually was!
What a nightmare. I hope you're better off now.

...it’s been horrible, Ive gained 7kgs...
That's not worth it. Smoking isn't as destructive to your health as that of being overweight, so you need a certain something to pacify the parasympathetic nervous system, that is, the PSNS "octopus."

:lol: you won’t give up on that lol
I’m much better though, still have a few bad days and struggling to keep shit food out of my mouth but loads better
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Re: Few months of hell

Postby Dorn » Fri Dec 07, 2018 4:55 am

Nostalgic wrote: :lol: you won’t give up on that lol
I’m much better though, still have a few bad days and struggling to keep shit food out of my mouth but loads better
But what do you take instead of tobacco? As long as there's no replacement, that void will likely be filled with food. :drool:

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Re: Few months of hell

Postby weaver1040 » Fri Jan 11, 2019 12:43 pm

Nostalgic wrote:I realized how much of a nicotine junkie I actually was!

Wow- I can sympathize with that!
I had the same horrible withdrawals- 7 years later- still yoyo on weight.
If I thought smoking was less harmful, I'd love not to quit But I don't think so
I would love a reasonable substitute!
Hope you are still good and haven't given in to temptation!
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Re: Few months of hell

Postby Tal » Thu Jan 17, 2019 3:24 am

It took me 6 goes to stop smoking because I felt I SHOULD not because I wanted to. The last time I knew I really wanted to and it was easy and I never smoked again, don't even think about it, didn't have any withdrawal symptoms.
Don't give up Egglet.
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Re: Few months of hell

Postby VenusInChains » Thu Jan 17, 2019 10:47 pm

Any time I feel stressed out about things beyond my control I want to grab a cigarette, but I know that if I do, it wont be satisfying. My personal mantra when I have that slight craving is - smoking achieves nothing. I take a deep breathe and keep repeating.
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Re: Few months of hell

Postby weaver1040 » Fri Jan 18, 2019 12:12 pm

Tal wrote:It took me 6 goes to stop smoking because I felt I SHOULD not because I wanted to.

# Mee too! :)
Unfortunately, I had withdrawals and at times had to sit on my hands.
One person told me to think about how good it feels to breath
So yea- deep breaths are good
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Re: Few months of hell

Postby Tal » Fri Jan 18, 2019 6:53 pm

The first time I stopped I got a big head over how strong my willpower was. That moment lastest right up until I lit my first cigarette a few weeks later
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Re: Few months of hell

Postby weaver1040 » Sat Jan 19, 2019 11:43 am

My biggest fail was almost a year without smoking.
Then I thought I could get away with a few here and there- Not!
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Re: Few months of hell

Postby tropicalheatwave » Sat Jan 19, 2019 1:44 pm

Hey yall. :wave:

When the urge to smoke weed again becomes strong it is very important to find a substitute for that. Something to replace the addiction. Its a good way to avoid getting sucked into smoking weed again. I highly recommend heroin as a substitute. Also meth and marijuana may be worth a try.

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Re: Few months of hell

Postby weaver1040 » Sun Jan 20, 2019 4:07 pm

tropicalheatwave wrote:I highly recommend heroin as a substitute.

:P
Third planet is a tease!

I actually know someone that substituted pot for cigarettes.
Then when she goes to the doctor or dentist- she marks the non-smoker spot!
I said; "are you kidding me?" (She doesn't want the smoker 'label')
The dentist is going to see all the tar on your teeth and wonder what you are hiding!
She's like- well! I don't smoke! :lol:
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Re: Few months of hell

Postby Nostalgic » Fri Mar 22, 2019 3:21 pm

Been 10 months now and 10kgs :o bit I’m feeling good and starting to lose the weight.
I’ll never ever pick up a smoke again, never want to,repeat the last 10 months ever!
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