Stopping smoking, Need a lil advice?

Heya, I have been smoking for about 1 year and a half, and I have decided to pack in smoking tabbaco. I have been known to smoke as much as 10 a day, but normally keep it round the 5 mark.

I have stopped smoking since yesturday, I had half a cig ( couldnt help myself ) and 2 water bongs of skunk ( im not planning to give up skunk ) and today I have had nothing.

My question is when do the urges stop? I know that every person is differnt and that, but is there a round about time? Im really finding it hard, and I find that im feeling alot weaker than normal.

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9 Responses to “Stopping smoking, Need a lil advice?”

  1. Chino said:

    My smoker friends says the smoking urge stops after 5 – 6 months of not smoking.

  2. ss said:

    Dear don’t loose ur cofidance…u will stop it..I saw my cousine who was chain smoker left it. So remeber that ur life is precious for one who love u very much ..mother father or wife….etc..make busy in any job ..choose some extra acivity..outdoor games..etc…after that if u want to smoke..take a cup of coffee…Really this will work..//

  3. shakira said:

    Try nicotine chewing gum. Stops your craving.

  4. Samba said:

    Skunk? Im presuming thats weed,hemp,mary jane whateva you wanna call it. I dunno what you are trying to give up smoking for if your gunna keep on that crap, did you know that one joint of that is worse than 5 intire cigarettes.. Give them both up if ya know whats good for ya

  5. rumpunchman said:

    heya , as long as your smokin somethin,the urges
    will not go away.I thought smokin skunk would make you
    sick,but obviously your a strong man.

    maybe try smokin squirrel for a while.

    my favorite is smokin racoon but the choice is yers

    I also herd smokin wambat or emu would help certain people
    quit,but there only available in australia.

    good luck.man.

    my buddy smokes sh*t,and he can;t quit either.

    I am amazed at all the stuff we get addicted too……….

  6. gkakkasseri said:

    It all ones feeling that it cannot be done if there is a will there is a way.
    but phychology says if you want to forget a HABIT.
    LET US REMOVE THE LATTER H
    THEN A BIT REMAINS. LET US REMOVE THE LETTER A
    THEN BIT REMAINS,
    LET US REMOVE THE LETTER B THEN,
    IT REMAINS SIMILARLY HABITS CANNOT BE REMOVED IT REMAINS.
    ANY WAY TRY YOUR LICK’

  7. kellysims76 said:

    i stopped smoking 2 years, 4 months and 20 days ago. the urges stop around 4 months after quitting. i had two cigarettes after i stopped. the first one was a few weeks after stopping and tasted amazing. the second one was around 3 months after i stopped and nearly made me throw up, which helped me to carry on not smoking. now, im one of those really annoying people that hates smoking and everything about it (a total convert). i smoked at least 20 cigs a day when i was smoking so i used nicotene patches to help me quit but they’ll probably be too strong for you if you only smoked 5-10 a day. try the gum instead and after a week or so try swapping every other gum for a normal mint one and then gradually ween yourself off the nicotene gum. this will help your cravings to gradually get less and less until they stop. another thing that really helped me was eating mints. buy the strongest mints you can find and when you’ve had one in your mouth for a minute or so breathe in with it in your mouth, (like you’re taking a drag). this sounds weird but because of the strong mint it actually feels like you’re inhaling something and taked the edge of the craving for the habit of smoking. i found this really really helpful when i was somewhere like work or on the bus.

    if you’re still smoking other stuff except nicotene then it’s gonna be harder for you to quit completely. normally the advice would be to remove any traces of smoking (lighters, ash trays etc) but you wont be able to do that. try and limit these things around the house and definately never have cigarettes in the house. you need to make it hard for yourself to smoke so it will help prevent you starting again.

    quitting was the hardest thing i ever did cos id smoked for over 10 years on 20/day but it’s the best thing i ever did!

  8. princessbritt369 said:

    i know how you can stop.
    give all your shit to my k thanks

  9. fusion2090 said:

    Try this website for quit smoking help and information. Quit smoking can be a very stressful experience so you’ll need as much help as you can get.

    Remember why you’re doing it! (Family, friends, general health)

    This is what yoo’re exactly looking for.

    Don’t give up and good luck!




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