wally1990 wrote: »
Fair play !
I'm on day 14 and admittedly I wasn't a big smoker I did a year of everyday smoking and then social smoking
Weirdly enough I never thought of myself as addicted
My point is believe in yourself because it's as much as a habit as in the mind
Keep yourself busy , take up hobbies and break any habits
Best of luck
Your body and health are your wealth
Calibos wrote: »
Its as much if not more the habit rather than the nicotine that we're addicted to I've discovered. I've been vaping for 5 years and a few months ago started stepping down the nicotine levels all the way to Zero nicotine juice. Absolutely no withdrawls from the nicotine. I was nicotine free for over 2 months without issue and happily vaping my Zero Nicotine juice and finally ran out of it and decided it was time to give up the Babies Soother which was my Vape.
I was crawling the effing walls within hours everytime a trigger happened where I would usually pick up my vape for a few pulls....
fussyonion wrote: »
5 months smoke-free here and I can vouch for the teeth thing; smoking left stains on my teeth but since quitting, they've disappeared and my teeth look great.
I've had no cravings; I quit August 4th, used a vape sporadically for a few weeks and came off that. Everyone around me is baffled by my lack of cravings but I'm thrilled.