Withdrawal symptoms can be so intense! Lack of concentration, irritability, fatigue, depression, constipation, the list is long. Potentially some can experience all of the symptoms while some lucky folks, don't experience any withdrawal at all.
If you've decided to quit smoking, you are probably wondering if you should use a product or not? The next question is if yes, then what should I use?
Patch, gum, lozenges,inhalers, spray/mist, champix, and zyban.... Those products are available to help with withdrawal and cravings.They help to soften both. This makes for a more manageable quit process. Cold turkey, is often a preferred method. It feels good to just say 'no more'. It can be overwhelmingly intense for some but even still eventually that intense withdrawal and craving will pass in time. Your body will get through it with either method as you continue on with your quit. The key is in actually continuing on with your quit. What will help you achieve that?
In the past, members have shared their experiences with side effects and successes.. Please share your hits and misses in your choice of quit method! Remember we are all unique but each perspective can help us gain insight into what might work for us.
Hopefully our members can share, but in the meantime, for those just starting out-- talk and talk some more! Talk to your friends, your doctor and talk especially, to a pharmacist, a helpline, gather all of the information you can!
We are here, keep us posted,
Last modified on 31 Dec 2020 09:23 by Quit Coach 7