I know. I'd love to quit but I know a lot of people have gained weight because of quitting. And it seems nearly impossible. I wish I would have never started.
I quit smoking for about more than a year now. You should try quitting it too. Not only it is bad for your health, but it is also not advisable especially when you are into work out. You will feel difficulty in breathing and you can't perform your workout plan well
I'm afraid I'm must say YES I am
I was a heavy smoker, two packs a day. I cold turkey quit three years ago and haven't looked back. I did try the vape cigarettes but in the end I realized I could overcome the oral fixation with mental strength. I did gain wait the first few months after quitting, but after that I was able to control my appetite.
Good luck with quitting, I'm certain the community looks forward to hearing your success story.
I quit 6 months ago, haven't wanted one since then. But I do know it is hard to get the motivation.
I was a smoker. It's a battle I fought for 26 years. But then I heard about a book called "Easy way to quit smoking" by Allen Carr. I finished the book, smoked my final cigarette and had so much as a drag since then. It has been amazing! What used to be torture (Being without a smoke) turned into pleasure. What little withdrawals I felt made me laugh. I know it sounds crazy but it's true. I found the book free on the internet in pdf format. Best thing that's ever happened to me.
Try to slowly cut back on how many you are smoking in a day. I have been smoking since I was 13 yrs old and smoking almost two packs a day, and have gone to under four cigs. So if you smoke half a pack, when you open your new pack, take the other half of and put them in a plastic bag and in the freezer. Then only smoke that half pack for the day. Slowly working down to less and less.
I quit after smoking for 8-9 years. I tried a few times and failed every time. What I did was switch to the e-cig. At first it feels like it's not curbing your cravings, but the more you use it, the less you'll crave a real cig, and you can eventually lower the nicotine dose to nothing. I -did- gain weight, but only because I developed a wicked sweet tooth. Trying to get a handle on it, and working out more. :) good luck!
U can do it .. just try ♡♥ .. i hope u will honey .. ♡ start from now
Don't avoid quitting because you're afraid of weight gain. That is just a line your nicotine addiction is telling your brain so you have an excuse to keep smoking.
I read "The Easy Way to Stop Smoking" and have not smoked for 2 years now. I didn't gain weight either.
Whether you gain weight or not, quitting is the best thing you can possibly do. It's so gross, and you're PAYING MONEY to lying manipulative companies to poison your body with toxins and your mind with lies.
I was a smoker. As of today I have not had so much as a drag for 29 days and I've never felt better. I was introduced to a book by Allen Carr called "easy way to stop smoking" and it was! The book claimed to make it a pleasurable experience and it really was! All you have to do is read the book and follow the instructions and you can be freed like me and millions of others have been. I feel like I've been given a whole new life.
I first quit again back in December. Smoke free since then so far. I used an e-cig and champix. Lowered my nicotine dose I'm at nothing and haven't touched the esmoke since half way through January. I did the most incredible thing the other day as well. I ran the most I've ever ran in my adult life. But anyways as for weight gain, I've put on 10lbs... but that was my reason for quitting. It wasn't even until I began taking whey protein and watching what I put into my body