My first four days were really a nightmere: headaches, lack of concentration, and zero energy! So it's normal, your body is healing; we have to pay the price for our addiction. The good news is that this is just temporary discomfort.
Imagine you caught the flu, and then after 5 days you will be nicotine free, and you will feel better.
This is not caused because we quit, this is your body screaming: I want to get rid of this poison!
So drink lots of ice water and non sugar added fruit juices; this will help to flush the nicotine from your system!
Hang on; the first four days are the worst, because we experience mental and physical discomfort!
Once you are nicotine free, the mental part of the addiction is still there.
Defeating the mental part of our addiction is a long process that requieres a lot of patience.We trained ourelves to smoke on every situation, so now, we have to deprogram our brain and return it to its original state. We were born as nonsmokers!
So Deb, cry,yell, run, sleep, eat, but DON'T SMOKE!!!!!
My Milage:My Quit Date:
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