no energy

Hi,

im into my third week now. Although im finding it easy getting through the cravings etc.. is it normal to lose all energy at this time?

im completely drained.. ?

PrincessM

I have now been smoke free for 2 Weeks, 1 Day, 12 hours, 19 minutes and 42 seconds (15 days). I have saved £43.18 by not smoking 186 cigarettes. I have saved 15 hours and 30 minutes of my life. My Quit Date: 13/04/2008 21:40

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  • I think its quite normal PrincessM. It was for me. Takes time as your metabolism slow's for a while. I was a bit muddle headed too for a while. Hang in there girl, all will come right, Promise. xxx :)

  • I spent a couple of weeks feeling like i was walking through glue, but stay with it. I think it may be that you've given your body a chance to heal and it's detoxing. This seems to be common with everyone who stops. Look out though, after week 3 I found loads of energy and can't sit still now! ;)

    (I was going to say can't sit on my ass but the men of this foum would be distracted from the topic to spend the next day and a half talking about all things 'arse') :p

  • Show us it then fairy...all cellulite free........

    See what I mean :rolleyes:

  • thanks guys

    Although i just found out that the pollen count has risen early this year.. so it may be hayfever. Aaghhhhhhhh last thing i needed , hayfever as well as being tired for nicotine cleansing.. lol completely exhausted.

    I'm not giving in though..

    thanks for your support

    I have now been smoke free for 2 Weeks, 1 Day, 15 hours, 14 minutes and 8 seconds (15 days). I have saved £43.52 by not smoking 187 cigarettes. I have saved 15 hours and 35 minutes of my life. My Quit Date: 13/04/2008 21:40

  • Hey, Princess, it will get better.

    Try doing a wee bit extra excercise every day, even a 30 minute walk, so long as it's more than you would have done when you were still smoking. That'll help get your metablolic rate back up, and your energy with also increase.

    Stick in there - it is so worth it :D

  • Aw No Way! I suffer from hayfever too...... in my joy at kicking the smokes I had forgotten it was that time of year. Runny nose watery eyes, sneeze sneeze bloody sneeze blah blah blah

    Darnit :(

  • conclusion

    I had hayfever, benadryl helped THANK GOD as i nearlly smoked yesterday, first time since i gave up . Thankfully my sister was with me and stopped me.

    feeling good today though .

    I have now been smoke free for 2 Weeks, 2 Days, 13 hours, 35 minutes and 59 seconds (16 days). I have saved £46.11 by not smoking 198 cigarettes. I have saved 16 hours and 30 minutes of my life. My Quit Date: 13/04/2008 21:40

  • Keep at it Princess!

    I, too, felt like a wet tea towel for the first few weeks. But also knew that there was some healing going on underneath and the only way is ........down - in - and through .....to the clear air the other side.

    IT DOES GET BETTER AND IT WILL FOR YOU

    Bill;)

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