I have been smoke free since Sunday night before bed.. Coming up of 84 hours. This morning when I got up, a cigarette was still the first thought I had, but I didn't feel panicked when I remembered I quit.
Mainly my problem today is my habits. I am no longer groggy, I have to say the three green smoothies and about 50 oz of water a day helped flush out all the nicotine. Last night was the first night that I have actually slept, which was a major relief.
But today, its my first day off work since I quit. I have been used to planning my days around smoking more or less, for 5 years. I planned out when I would smoke before and after doing tasks, and taking a break in the middle if I needed to. So right now I feel like I am relearning how to do everything.. And I always felt like a cigarette was a "reward" after finishing a task (a reward that's slowly killing me) and I am having a hard time shaking that off. Anyone have any good ways to overcome this?