My official quit date was June 22. I was smoke-free for 48 hours. It had been 12 years since I was smoke-free for even 24 hours. I started taking Chantix and I made it through the first week on the 1mg pills, but couldn’t finish the 2nd week. It was making me too sick. Now, I just take the pill when I know I can “stomach” it. I’m not smoke-free yet, but I’m working on it. In less than 4 weeks, I’ve gone from almost a pack a day to 1-2 cigs a day.
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BeautifulDay I wasn't older yet, I wasn't wise I guess
Good for you!
rottingteeth cue the pulse to begin
it really is hard :(
12 years, wow. i’ve only been smoking for a couple years now (but i’m also only 20), about a pack a day. i had to look up Chantix, never heard of it. i’m personally against pharmaceuticals, i think for the most part they do more harm than good, and i would recommend researching natural/alternative cures. i haven’t yet looked into it, or i’d list some for you…but however you go about it, i hope you succeed.