debbie11

WooHoo 12 Weeks

Discussion created by debbie11 on May 17, 2008
Latest reply on Jun 4, 2008 by donna22
Chantix is not for everyone but my husband and I have done superb on it. We are at our 12 week mark but only have been non-smokers for 9 weeks(we cheated the other 3).
I had bad nausea and wild dreams. My husband had no nausea and only few dreams. I had the mood swings coupled with menupause and the death of my mother.
We made it through and I wish all as good results as we have had. I have made a vow to never pick up another cigarette in my life no matter what. We did have to put a lot of effort into quitting. Chantix is the wonder drug but you have to make it happen. Chantix started controlling the cravings after about 2 weeks of taking it.
The old saying "old habits are hard to break" really fits the bill when it comes to quit smoking. But you can do it with the want to and will power.

GOOD LUCK TO ALL AND PUT YOUR BEST INTO IT. IF YOU DON'T CHANGE HABITS YOU WON'T QUIT.


Debbie

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