Don't hide away in U2U's unless you have personal reasons for doing so, it is best to hear each others stories together and what tricks you use to
stop the cravings.
Well a little update on my own story, incase you missed my post it is here
It is now 11 pm GMT Saturday 11th July, I had my last cig 3 am Friday 10th so I haven't smoked all day Friday and all day Saturday.
I am only finding it hard to stop the urge to spark up when I am bored, I usually smoke when I get a bit bored and irritable, but so far I have been
I personally have also taken a little more of a leap into health by improving my food too, I have eaten nothing but veg and fruit and drinking fresh
orange juice and water at all other times, my only treat has been apple pie as a sweet and to help the awkward craving moment I either nibble a banana
or eat aniseed imperials (aniseed candy).
So all in all I am being quite strict on myself, a few things I know I have to look forward to are coughing up mucus and sometimes I get a slight
soreness in my mouth when I quit.
I am a little overweight so I am hoping that as long as I am eating healthy and stopped smoking I can start to look a little healthier too.
I already do plenty of walking but I intend to do more.
I won't count my chickens before they hatch but I keep reminding myself that I am already drug free, alcohol free and with the smoke free and junk
food free it can only lead to a much better way of life.
Good luck to all others giving it a go and if you aren't then please do give it a go, I feel much better already and it will only get better.
If I can do it you can, there is no right or wrong time, just stop and find other things to do that distract the urge to spark up.
You have to go through a rough patch but it will pass I promise, as soon as you even take one puff of a cig you are back to square one so don't give