pehawk wrote:Frack, it sucks. I'm trying to kick the habit - at 35 I've been smoking for 20 years already. It's time.
But, as typical, I'm porking out on crap foods, and gaining pounds. I've added more cardio to my routine, which I heard is suppose to help, but its not really. I've doubled my suppliments and vitamin C, which also is suppose to help. Nada, nothing. I'm still cheating daily. Etc., etc., etc.
I'm an addict, so, going cold turkey SUCKS for me, virtually impossible. Any pearls of wisdom from those who travelled a similar path?
Pehawk, we're lucky for the advancements in nicotine delivery and/or secession.
18 yrs roughly smoking, and a month ago after buying my first (real) PVD (personal vaping device) I'm having a TASTY time - and feeling incredible (and still getting nicotene). Get with the e-cigs, and vape away the nicotine MUCH more safely...then wind down the levels.
Added bonus: SAVE A LOT OF CASH and STOP SMELLING AWFUL.
For the hardware go to http://www.nwvapors.com
- Model with two KGO batteries, charger, choice of cartomizers OR CE4 clearmizers (which I prefer).http://www.nwvapors.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=1&products_id=1
- Starter KGO (1 batt, charger, 1 CE4)http://www.nwvapors.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=1&products_id=279
The above is the initial upfront cost (hardware needed), the rest is just ordering $4-7 liquids (that last a long time) and $3-6 CE4/cartridge/atomizer replacements when needed.