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quitting smoking?

JBAUERBEATSJBOND Avatar
6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago
A few months ago I asked if anyone has used champix to quit smoking well now I have and gone from 20 a day for the last 15 years to totally smoke free for the last 8 days. Theses tablets have totally removed the craving.
I highly recommend them as before I couldn't even go 2 hours without a ciggy.
Anyone else think they are amazing ?
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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago
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#1
They dont work for everybody my neighbour had to stop it made her so sick. But well done for quitting.
#2
well done for quitting-keep it up-personally think the possible side effects of champix are very scary,but great if they suit you.
#3
well done you ;)
#4
I tried to quit a while back, unfortunately i started again after 3 months due to a very stressful event.

I'm back on the wagon and have been cig free for almost a month :)

Was on 20 a day at least, really is fantastic going for some small bits of shopping in Sainsburys and it coming to below £10.. Rather than above due to the cigs.

Well done mate


Edited By: spritey on Oct 26, 2010 17:17: .
#5
yay congrats!!

my husband used champix and worked for him as well
banned 3 Likes #6
well done, you deserve a fag for doing so well
1 Like #7
Mad dreams mind those r the side effects i got
#8
well done hun, i tried them and they made me soooo nasty and ratty all the time, might have to try them again though
banned#9
E-cigs work well

PM me for more info and where to get the best deal.

Edited By: slamdunkin on Oct 26, 2010 18:00: .
banned#10
i used the older ones, cant remember what they where called, but had to give them up after 10 days due to bad side effects, but did give up for a few months, have given up loads of times, the last time i just went for it, didn't use anything and managed 3 months, but always end up back on them, so well done
#11
I went to an Allan Carr seminar on 28th august and when I left I stopped,cant believe it,dont even miss it,cost £230 but worth every penny,30 yrs at 20 a day to nothin its great
#12
i read Allan Carr book and audio book and dvd, dont even know how long ive given up for now got to be about 8 months
#13
I couldnt use patches as they made me vomit, so went without anything and been smoke free for over 9 months.

If it works for you then carry on, well done!
#14
Well done, nearly six months for me now.

Keep it up
#15
Congrats op. Dunno why anyone starts though, was never even remotely tempted by peer group pressure when I was young.
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CReilly
Congrats op. Dunno why anyone starts though, was never even remotely tempted by peer group pressure when I was young.


exactly I was very young and my mates started so I tried it. Regret it big time though
#17
well done

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