I am new to this so forgive me if there is any other posts like this one.
I am 27 years old and have decided to quit smoking as of today - a tough decision as my colleagues and I are due down the pub after work tonight.
I've been smoking for about 7 years roughly, managed to quit once for about a year but circumstances lead me to fall off the bandwagon - silly now I think about it.
Is there anything you can advise for quitting, it will be a few weeks before I can invest in any stopping aids - sorry if this is a silly question but when I last quit I relied on E-cigs which I would like to try and not use.
Thank you so much
Hiya nikki and welcome 😊
quitting is the best you can do for your health and wealth and the fact that you are still young whilst doing it is definitely in your favour 😊
Sounds like you are gonna be cold turkey for a while but we have a number of quitters who have been really successful in doing that so I'm sure they will advise you😊
Some people find drink and smoke go together. For me personally I never really liked that whole rushed feeling of going outside to smoke..... So I'm gonna hope that its torrential rain and then bucket loads of snow just round the pub tonight so you won't want to smoke😊
You can only take it one day at a time but hangovers are not as bad when you don't smoke. No additional 4000+ toxins might have something to do with it!!
Are you in the uk? If so you can get help with the cost of NRT....
Good luck with your quit and remember NOPE.... Not One Puff Ever 🚭🚭🚭🚭🚭🍀🍀🍀🍀🍀🍀
Thank you for your reply, fingers crossed for rain and snow later!
I think it will be a good trial to be honest. I did not realise hangovers are not as bad - yet another plus!
I shall definitely look into help with the cost of NRT!
Thank you for the support and suggestions, its nice to be on here getting great advice from others :).