I've just popped back to give a few words of encouragement to all the newbies. For those of you who quit on Jan 1st, WELL DONE!!!. It was the best decision you will ever have made. It is NOT easy, in fact, it is B....Y hard at times.:eek: But, as each day/week/month, and then, GLORY BE, each year passes, you will find that your health and pocket have improved dramatically.
There will be days when you think that you will never stop craving the evil weed, but the frequency, and the strength of the craving, will get less and less, until one day, you realise that you have not even thought about cigarettes all day long.
I used Champix to quit, and l must say, after going through all the usual methods to quit, it was the only thing which l stuck to, and was successful with.
I was 64 when l quit, and had smoked since l was 17 years of age, and had built up to about 55 to 60 cigarettes a day. So l was a SERIOUS smoker LOL.
I stopped the first time of trying with Champix, after failing miserably with my other attempts. So, TAKE HEART, it can be done, and YOU WILL DO IT