posted on Nov, 29 2016 @ 07:34 PM
I'm approaching two weeks off the cigs, after 25 years on them. I knew the first three days would be miserable so I slept through them as much as
possible. Next few days I'd have some seriously compelling cravings, but less than a dozen times a day. Now at day 10, I'd like to have a cigarette,
and that fairly frequently throughout the day, but it's not that "I got to have one" feeling. Besides the cravings, (After the first 5 days), I
haven't had a lot of terrible symptoms, wake up a little more at night but I also feel a little more energetic in general.
Sun flower seeds are helping and I'm going through those medium lengthy coffee straws too. Will quitting actually "take" this time? I don't know but
day 8 was the longest I'd been without a cig in 25 years, so I'm hoping so.
The best advice I received so far, is learn from the times you tried to quit and failed. Then alter your approach accordingly. What works seems to
be very individual.