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  • 21-03-2008 1:06pm
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    Closed Accounts Posts: 78 ✭✭


    I have tried Alan Carrs book, gave them up for three weeks, went back on them, read the book again, gave them up for two weeks, went back on them, I have done this four times. Last time I managed two days of hardship and then still went back on them, two days of craving and then back to smoking. Is there a pill or something that you can take that makes then taste so bad that you couldn't smoke?? Will try anything at this stage, I'm on 30 a day and apart from the cost of them, I feel like a bus rolled over me every morning, finding it harder to get out of bed. I'm only 33 but feel 63


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  • Registered Users Posts: 719 ✭✭✭V Bull


    I'm off the smokes since October 07, no cravings or with-drawls, don't even miss them and I've been smoking since I was a kid (over 50 now). I used those new tablets Champix (expensive but worth it), check them out with your doctor, cannt be bought over the counter..............:cool:


  • Registered Users Posts: 3,651 ✭✭✭Captain Slow IRL


    Allen Carr has a follow-up book - "how to stop smoking permanantly" It's supposed to help you after you've quit - might be a cheaper way to start before the champix!

    You're doing good so far - you gotta get it into you that they'll only create more problems/stress than they cure.


  • Closed Accounts Posts: 78 ✭✭hippychippy


    Tried both Alan Carr books, how much is the Champix???


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