Done it

Well I've done it and got to one month of no smoking and do I feel any better not at this moment in time I have a cough which starts about 4 o clock in the morning and only lasts on and off for about an hour and then I don't have a cough the rest of the day until tom morn can't work it out if it was something surley I would cough all the time I do work in a care home and there are always bugs going around there so at the moment I am struggling with giving up I think we all think smoke the last fag and we will feel 100% straight away but its not like that but I still am not going back to it as I know in time I will feel great

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  • 4 weeks is an awesome effort

    You should be feeling so very proud of yourself :) :)

    I do hope you reward yourself with something nice :) :)

  • Aup Donesmokin, thats one hell of an awesome quit you got going there gal :) am twirling around in my computer chair, weeeeeeeeeee :D :D Your doing ever so well and am just flippin loving it and dead proud of ya :) :)

    Coughing at 4 o clock in the morning :o I dont know what time you go to bed, but am just wondering, is it cos your laying down :o and the mucus thats left in your lungs sort of settles in one place and makes you cough :o

    Donesmokin, did you cough up much phlegm when you first quit :o Maybe a trip to your GP would help and get some antibiotics or something :)

    Please, please be patient :) cos we are all different and heal at different times :)

  • Well done, i reckon you're really 'donesmoking'πŸ˜‰

    Regarding the cough, have you always coughed at that time? Could it be that you are now coughing less and as a result that 4am cough is more noticeable. It may have nothing to do with quitting smoking. Things like post nasal drip and gastric reflux are common causes of night time chronic coughs.

    As Monky said, get it checked just to be sure.

    πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€ well done

  • Congratulations on your first month -- that is areal milestone! Frankly, it took me a while to feel better -- but it is definitely, unquestionably, undoubtedly, certainly (and not to mention 'surely') worth it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    You're doing great donesmokingπŸŽˆπŸŽŠπŸŽ‰

  • Woo hoo ‼️‼️‼️

    Congratulations on your first month SmokeFree πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰

    You're doing great πŸ‘πŸ‘


  • Well done I think the first month the tricky one but once passed that it's a case of being more positive you've done it and not wanting to let yourself down, I will be 2 calendar months tomorrow, I'm feeling pretty good (except weirdly painful collar bones..random. eh) and no way I'm going back to smelly flags ever again. Let's keep it going πŸ˜‰

  • Well done on ur first month uv done so well. I will be joining u soon on the months quit.

    Not sure about the coughing but I had a serious infection in my throat going back a few months and for a long time I couldn't lie down flat in bed because it made me cough up (u dont want to know) so maybe it is lying down that builds up and makes u cough in the night. If it is ur lungs clearing out it should be over with soon.

    Congrats on ur first month once again it must be downhill from now for us surely? X πŸΎπŸΎπŸš­πŸ·πŸΎπŸŽ‚

  • Well done I have been here before but I'm determined this time went to the docs she was really pleased id given up she also thinks its my lungs clearing and she listened to my chest and couldn't here anything so came home and ran on the spot for five mins and wasn't out of breath at all so feel better all well done on your month quit also we got this beat!!!!!!

  • I'm so pleased u been to doctors and they have reassured u. Now u can celebrate ur month free. I think we def got this beat. πŸ†’πŸŽ‚πŸΎπŸ·πŸΊπŸš­

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