my now hubbie quit smoking seven years ago it was awful! He went from a 40 a day habit to complete
cold turkey; he was moody, irritable and difficult to be around! I was quite glad I lived at the time a good
seven-hour train journey away from him.
He did exceptionally well of course, but I think he might have been
better with a gradual reduction in his nicotine habit! If he had he might have been more pleasant
to be around for the tricky first few months his body adjusted to the intense
Luckily he was all sorted in time for our trip to Amsterdam!
aunty found it difficult to quit smoking as she missed having something to do
with her hands, I think this is why people say they tend to eat more as they
are grabbing for snacks instead of cigarettes.
Luckily you can also get zero nicotine electronic cigarettes from Electric Tobacconist, so if you
are used to the habit of smoking you do not have to give up actually holding a
Lots of people will be
trying to stop smoking now it’s officially Stoptober. I never really took to smoking, I think I
might have tried a drag of a friend’s cigarette as a teenager, but I never saw
the attraction so never bothered again (shame the same could not have been said
for my first taste of chocolate!). So
its difficult for me to understand how hard it was for hubbie to quit, dealing
with such intense cravings from the moment he was awake till he finally fell
28 days remarkably you are five times more likely to stay smokefree. I did see an improvement in hubbie after
that amount of time, he was starting to look like he had a handle on his
addiction and bless him he has not smoked since. Although he does have the rare moment when he admits he is
reminded of his old morning routine when he passes a smoker and has a tiny
longing for a cigarette.