Blog Post created by constanceclum on Jun 11, 2018

Sure, the cravings are pretty strong but doable. No different than the millions of times I dealt with them as a smoker, on a daily basis since not being able to smoke inside public places. All the times at work waiting for a break. Recently, long wait times at Drs. office, eating out, etc... Smoking has robbed me from being able to fully enjoy things for 46 yrs. Now, I'm dtermined, it will not continue.


The 1st couple of times I attempted to quit, it was quite a bit easier. In fact I think that's why I made the decision to so back so hastily. I figured it would be just as easy the next time. The last week literally was the week from hell. On Fri., when I had so much dizziness and almost fell in a restruant, I thought I should go to the ER. I was wondering if dizziness was a side effect of nicotine withdrawal so I googled it and, though it's kind of rare, it can be.


Okay, I'm driving myself crazy cause I'm drawing a blank on restaraunt but I don't feel like looking it up. No matter how many different ways I try, it's wrong lol. It's been happening to me a lot lately.


Hope everyone's having a great day!