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Originally posted by beer
reply to post by NewThor7
Quitting smoking has nothing to do with willpower. Nicotine as a drug leaves your body for 99% within three weeks once you stop putting that filthy, disgusting object in your mouth. Ever wonder why smokers fail to stop? They are afraid they will suffer terrible nicotine pangs, but the reality is that they are so mild - they don't even wake you ap at night. The biggest addiction - is brainwashing and that can last for years if you don't have a proper mindset and don't know the truth about smoking business.
As an ex smoker, i would suggest everyone to read or get an audio book - Alan Carr's Easyway To Stop Smoking.
Originally posted by Aleister
You either do it or you don't, and you don't gripe about it but love the fact that you've decided to not be stupid. I've read that almost everyone who stops smoking does it cold turkey, and doesn't "wean" themselves off it. You finally realize that the stove is hot, and don't touch it anymore. As for the "I'll quit in six days" poster, if you want to quit and really mean it you just do it, and happily. People will crave the nicotine until the body adjusts to its absence and heals itself - then food tastes better, the air smells cleaner, and dogs will like you again. You've given yourself a great Christmas gift - congratulations.