hi everyone

tonight is the night when i have my last one, i had given up for a year and became addicted to the lozenges, i started smoking again about a year ago and had both cigarettes and lozenges, so a few weeks ago i quit the the lozenges and couldn't believe how addicted i was, i was having one basically all day long, i would have one straight after i smoked! yes ridiculous i know. so here i am, i have almost forgotten about the lozenges and now its time to quit smoking. i'm going through quite a stressful time at the moment and its going to be very hard, i know they say to pick your moments but it is playing havoc with my asthma (i had no asthma symptoms when i last quit)and today i have had chest pain all day long and i must say that i am worried, i cant stand smoking, i cant stand anything about it. i'm really fed up and its going to be extremely difficult but i'm going to give it my best, i found this place and thought that it might help keep me positive and i will hopefully gain some inspiration from everyone who has managed to give up the awful habit

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  • At least you know what to expect, you should plan for these times now ut more importantly smoking will definately excacerbate your chest problems so any enefits I can imagine will be very welcome and a good positive to focus on.

    Good luck and keep posting

  • thank you

    i have been preparing myself all day, i still cant get over actually starting again, it was absolute madness! i am going to stay away from all situations where my guard will be down which means so social gatherings for me lol, but i dont care if i have to stay in all my life, i'd rather be happier and healthier than mess it up for the sake of a night out.

    just want to get tomorrow over and done with so at least i can have the first day feeling of achievement to spur me on

  • Good luck with your quit, and your chest will be so much better for it,

    you can do it, one day at a time, :)

    I stopped through a bad chest infection, i feel so much better already and it has only been 15 days, and i have a great feeling of achievement, every day i feel better.................and smell better, no more stale smoke smell;lol xxxx

    good luck with your quit.

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