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I am weening myself off. Once I stop entirely, how many days does it take for the craving to go away? I will be smoking small self rolled cigs toward the end of the weening, to cut down the actual amount of nicotene entering my system. very small, less tobacco than a real cigarette, and much less than the swisher sweets I've been smoking. I could have gone cold turkey, but that doesn't work with me, and I dont think my hubby wants to deal with mega b i t c h me in that state.
juliegirl22 juliegirl22 22-25, F 13 Answers Jul 29, 2013 in Health

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Good luck and if nobody has told you I AM PEOUD OF YOU even if I don't know you :D

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lol, thanks!

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Happy puffing while you wean yourself off the cigarettes, I quit cold turkey years ago and still when I get a stray whiff in the air. I occasionally will get the urge and wish to fire one up myself. I think about after eating or drinking a beer how good one would be. When I am some what stressed and wish I could relax and fill my lungs with a long drag and drink a hot cup of coffee...You never really quit. It just seems that you go on with life without a friend that the habit became. A love affair that died but still reminds you of the old times together.

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Good Luck

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It takes 23 days for the chemical addiction to get out of your body, it can be longer for the physical addiction, you'll still have triggers. I quit cold 8 years ago, did some smoking while drinking and then finally quit that too. I just kept telling myself I wanted to prove those around me wrong, those that were sure I was going to start back up again. I probably creeped people out, because I'd stare at them longingly as they were smoking. It was like ending a love affair. Good luck!

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okay, that's good to know about the 23 days.

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Many many many good wishes for you.<br />
I quit smoking about 4 years ago.<br />
And it was one of the hardest things that I have ever had to do in my life.<br />
But I did it for life.<br />
Many lives.<br />
Quitting is definetly worth it.<br />
Great luck!

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haha, thanks!

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I'm trying to quit too. <br />
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GOOD LUCK!!!!

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good luck to you too!

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Pro tip, get one of the e-cigs for the transition. It breaks the habit of lighting them, which lingers long after the craving for nicotine.

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