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Please help! I want to stop from smoking;-(

Admittedly, I am a chain smoker. I want to quit from smoking but I can't. I am very busy with my works at the office. I am always planning to pay a visit to a psychologist to ask for some advice and tips on how to successfully quit from smoking but I really can't because of my commitments. One time while browsing the net, hoping to see some tips on quit smoking campaign sites, my browser launched . I tried whatever it said, simple things though but its quite effective. I even supplemented it with using my nicotine patches, but still I am still craving for some sticks.. Anybody please help me suggest links and sites wherein I could see some videos and read the most effective articles and videos in quit smoking?:confused:

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Charlie I don't have access to all the sites I have looked at with me right now but if you use the google search you will find lots of info. Alot of people here are reading the allen carr easy way book with much success. As far as cravings go they only last a short while so if you can find something else to do when the urge hits like taking deep breaths, going for a short walk, washing you hands or anything else to get your mind off it you may find it a little easier. Education is key to a successful quit. Im sure some of the regulars here will post lots if information for you shortly. If you look through the post on the site someone recently posted a link to the allen carr book. I think you would find lots of helpful info in the book. Best of luck


Welcome to the forums Charlie :)

The first thing I get from reading your post, and don't take this the wrong way, is that you are still coming up with excuses as to why you can't do things - i.e. visit a psychologist because of work commitments.

You are using patches and you are still craving for nicotine - how many did/do you smoke per day and what patches are you using.

To really successfully quit smoking you have got to have the right mindset.

Many people on here recommend a book by Allen Carr called The Easy Way to Stop Smoking.

Here is a link to a free PDF file of it so you can download it for free.

I hope this starts to point you in the right direction.

Stop making excuses as to why you can't do something and start to come up with reasons why you should do something :D


Haha, actually, I am not takin it wrong or some kinda destructive reply dude! I know of it! Worst is, I can puff 2 Marlboro cases (40 sticks) the whole day and night, I am a call center agent and I have to relieve and stimulate my system through cigarette but its already exaggerated.


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