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  1. Day 677. Terrible craves yesterday. Something gnawing at my lip, hello my pretty…..

    No matter how far along you are, you never know when it is going to hit. Luckily by now I have trained my mind to automatically focus on something else so it did not bother me for more than a few minutes.

    Stay strong and vigilant. I quit with you today.

  2. Day 90 I quit with you all.

    Todays Verse: Matthew 16:15-16 NIV

    But what about you?” he asked. “Who do you say I am?” Simon Peter answered, “You are the Messiah, the Son of the living God.”

  3. I quit at 1pm on Tuesday of this week. Hands are shakin like leaves on a tree and I feel like I’m in a daze dreamlike. Sweaten And over all this hard to concentrate but I’m committed just hope it don’t kill me

    • It wont kill you. Its only an anxiety attack. Crazy you would mention that because i was having them last week. Not about nicotine but for some reason over the last month i have had a hard time sleeping? Idk i think its stress? i fall asleep fine but was waking up at 1am feeling nervous/anxious like my heart going 100mph? After 3-4 days of only 2-3 hours of sleep a night my mind was all wacked out and i remember thinking just that, that i was going to die….lol(i know i wasnt laughing at the time). Looking online the symptoms match a panic/anxiety attack perfectly especially that feeling of dying. You will be better off by sticking through it. It will pass. Nicotine wont help. Its crazy as bad as i felt i never once even considered nicotine to make me feel better?

    • ERIC,
      Great news! ALL of these NIC withdrawal symptoms are normal and we all had to fight through them. Keep hydrated, work out, chew gum, seeds, whatever it takes; power through it and will yourself over the hump. I am proud to be quit with you ONE DAY AT A TIME……
      @sig45 DD

  4. Day 89 quit today with you all.

    Todays Verse:Psalm 119:30 NIV

    I have chosen the way of faithfulness; I have set my heart on your laws.

  5. Day 612! Wow, I still remember my first 160 days! They were awful! At present, more energy, more creativity, more concentration power and better sleeping habits. Still have MINOR anxiety issues from time to time. This does NOT mean you will. Stay the course! Life without nicotine abuse and dependence is awesome! The world is going back to being GOLDEN! If I can do this, so can YOU!

    • Do you, or have you ever taken anything for the anxiety?

      • No, BDUNN. I have never taken anything for the anxiety. I just practice acceptance and deep breathing. However, if you feel you should be on some type of medication because your anxiety is getting that bad, see a doctor. The anxiety levels are different for everyone; in my case, they became pretty severe. But, I did manage it. Meditation helped me a lot as well as rigorous exercise, change of eating habits, drinking lots of water! I was really up and down for a long time. Right now, time is all you have. You must be creative with it. Stay the course and read everything folks post on here! I hope this helps…

  6. MARK,
    You are getting close to having this nic, shitty bitch, out of your system FOR GOOD. One day at a time. Will Yourself Through This Tough Time and you SHALL Succeed. If I can you can too. 35+ year Cope Abuser and 673 DAYS Clean. sig

  7. Day 10. Not great but good.

    • Don’t sell yourself short Nat – double digit quit is HUGE!!!

    • NAT,
      Each of us has been here as well. 10 comes 11, 12, 13, …….Day by day, inch by inch. You have support here Nat. Fight the good fight everyday! I AM PROUD TO BE QUIT WITH YOU. sig day 673 quit.

    • Have to agree with the other replies, getting to day 10 is HUGE. The hardest is behind you. You got it.

      day 121 for me

  8. Day 88 quit today all day long

  9. On Day 2. So far it is pretty rough. I’ve got the Hooch, and Jake’s mint chew pouches, but the nicotine withdrawal is no joke.


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