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#408 by Rankor
Wed Feb 08, 2017 8:05 pm
Im 2 days 14hrs in. Its 6.30am and just had a massive craving. Got up had a drink and rerurned to bed then opened app and recorded craving.

It went away. Loving this app. I usually only last a day even with nicotine replacement products. Trying cold turkey, i paid for this app so i would actually try harder too.
#411 by AddictionFixMatt
Fri Feb 10, 2017 11:15 pm
Rankor wrote:Im 2 days 14hrs in. Its 6.30am and just had a massive craving. Got up had a drink and rerurned to bed then opened app and recorded craving.

It went away. Loving this app. I usually only last a day even with nicotine replacement products. Trying cold turkey, i paid for this app so i would actually try harder too.


This is a great sign of personal control.

Keep it up!

The mornings are probably the worst with cravings, more so when we wake up with not enough rest.

How is your sleep?
#414 by Nad0704
Wed Feb 15, 2017 1:06 am
Rankor wrote:Im 2 days 14hrs in. Its 6.30am and just had a massive craving. Got up had a drink and rerurned to bed then opened app and recorded craving.

It went away. Loving this app. I usually only last a day even with nicotine replacement products. Trying cold turkey, i paid for this app so i would actually try harder too.


Rancor

First off, good on you for your 2nd day. I found to assist with cravings Excel mints works wonders. I use those as there is no aspartame which may cause headaches. Pop one in your mouth if you are having a craving and see if that helps. I'm in Canada so if you can't find them I'm sure any mint at your local convenient store will help.
#418 by DONZOL
Fri Feb 17, 2017 3:37 am
I keep telling myself that if I am tempted to drink or smoke, I will remember that the next cigarette or drink could be the one that kills me or triggers off a stroke or Ac heart attack or a long lingering painful illness like emphysema, cirrhosis of the liver or cancer
#421 by Tina
Mon Feb 20, 2017 12:31 pm
This is my latest attempt at quiting. For cravings I use the lozenges and I also try to move around. Walk up and down stairs, or if I'm at my office sometimes close the door and do some squats. I could also stand to loose a fe pounds. Today is day one for me

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