I'm well into month 4.... finding it really tough. I apologise to those new comers for saying this... but it's not like this for everyone
The feelings of wanting a ciggie are frequent and long lasting for me at the moment.... I still go to bed before 9.00pm (this way I can avoid those 'evil' feelings). I am wearing myself out trying to keep busy. My feet and ankles ache something wicked, sore throats, hips aching etc... my gums bleed and teeth ache - what can I say but my brain is crying out 'HAVE A CIGGIE AND YOU WILL FEEL SO MUCH BETTER'.
Do you know what? I almost believe it!
Two things at this moment in time that are stopping me taking that puff - first, my lungs are clear and working amazingly well (no wheezing) and the other, my ex-smoking brother says - the longer time goes on, the less likely you are to want a ciggie. He said, you will always want one at some time or another but its like a fleeting thought and so easy to ignore.
I'm not there yet, I have been feeling very wobbly but I continue to live a non-smoking life which can only be a good thing