Thursday, 5 October 2006

Quit Smoking Day erm I dunno

I cant remember what day it is forquite smoking, erm I know that I stopped smoking exacly 3 weeks ago today so I guess it must be Day 21 then .. hey thats not too bad. I Still want a cigarette, last week was a bad week, seemed like one long craving> I went back to the Smoking Cestation clinic last Friday and had my Carbon Monoxide levels checked, for those who dont know a none smoker will have a CM level of 6-7 units or lower unless they have been or spend alot of time in heavy traffic then it might be higher due to exauset funes, anyway I digress I had my CM levels checked last friday, I had a CM level of 1. No realy I kid you not. i am still using Nicorette micro tabs to help with the real kick ass cravings that pop up from time to time. its just gone midnight so Im ending this one here. Oh before I go I want to thank Doris and Matt for their moral support.... Thanks guys :) (Matt has quit smoking as well and is keeping a " I WANT A SMOKE" diary as well you should realy check it out, im gonna

11 comments:

  1. Is this the first time you have tried to quit?

    I quit smoking just over a year ago. That was after about two years of trying to stop. It was like a slow progression from being a smoker and identifying myself as that to being someone that smoked and didn't like it.

    If you go back - don't worry - aslong as you try to stop again you are doing well.

    A combination of my wife's pressure and support, having a new baby and becoming 35 made the difference.

    Good luck.

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  2. Is this the first time you have tried to quit?

    I quit smoking just over a year ago. That was after about two years of trying to stop. It was like a slow progression from being a smoker and identifying myself as that to being someone that smoked and didn't like it.

    If you go back - don't worry - aslong as you try to stop again you are doing well.

    A combination of my wife's pressure and support, having a new baby and becoming 35 made the difference.

    Good luck.

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  3. God no, I think I must quit at least twise a year but I always seem to go back to it. I am the only one who smoked in my family. I am quitting an a day by day basis this time, im not looking at not smoking for the rest of my life this time, only today. Tomorrow I will do the same and so on.

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  4. God no, I think I must quit at least twise a year but I always seem to go back to it. I am the only one who smoked in my family. I am quitting an a day by day basis this time, im not looking at not smoking for the rest of my life this time, only today. Tomorrow I will do the same and so on.

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  5. Good attitude.. in the end you will get through and think, what was that all about!?

    Now I have turned into those terrible things, an ex-smoker. I can't stand the smell anymore.

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  6. Good attitude.. in the end you will get through and think, what was that all about!?

    Now I have turned into those terrible things, an ex-smoker. I can't stand the smell anymore.

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  7. Good attitude.. in the end you will get through and think, what was that all about!?

    Now I have turned into those terrible things, an ex-smoker. I can't stand the smell anymore.

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  8. Good attitude.. in the end you will get through and think, what was that all about!?

    Now I have turned into those terrible things, an ex-smoker. I can't stand the smell anymore.

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  9. God no, I think I must quit at least twise a year but I always seem to go back to it. I am the only one who smoked in my family. I am quitting an a day by day basis this time, im not looking at not smoking for the rest of my life this time, only today. Tomorrow I will do the same and so on.

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  10. God no, I think I must quit at least twise a year but I always seem to go back to it. I am the only one who smoked in my family. I am quitting an a day by day basis this time, im not looking at not smoking for the rest of my life this time, only today. Tomorrow I will do the same and so on.

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  11. Is this the first time you have tried to quit?

    I quit smoking just over a year ago. That was after about two years of trying to stop. It was like a slow progression from being a smoker and identifying myself as that to being someone that smoked and didn't like it.

    If you go back - don't worry - aslong as you try to stop again you are doing well.

    A combination of my wife's pressure and support, having a new baby and becoming 35 made the difference.

    Good luck.

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