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Pacman wrote:I quit many years ago, and when I did, I started running at the same time. So the gains I was making with running started quickly to outweigh the pains of withdrawl. I knew if I had a cigarette it would be harder to keep up my progress running. That worked for me.
Good luck - quitting smoking is the single best thing you can ever do for your health.
WharfRat wrote:So I've decided that tomorrow, I'm finally quitting smoking after nearly 7 years. I've been wanting to do this for some time, but haven't had a free weekend where I could devote myself to coping with the misery of nicotine withdrawal. I don't even plan on leaving the house, to avoid the temptation of pulling over at a 7-11 to buy a pack, or of bumming "just one" smoke from a friend. I've tried to quit in the past, but I'm always foiled by opportunity. This time I think I've got a good shot. I might go outside to run or something, but nothing more than that. I've got lots of DVDs and Yankees-Red Sox to keep me occupied.
Anybody else ever quit smoking? Any advice or experiences you'd like to share? Moral support you can provide??
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