Smoking causes death of thousands of people around the world. It is the main cause of various chronic diseases like asthma, bronchitis, mouth cancers, heart problems, tuberculosis, and lung cancer and stomach problems.

Home Remedies to Quit Smoking

Diet for quit smoking - Honey is the best food source that is rich in vitamins, enzymes, proteins and amino acids that helps dealing with cigarette addiction.

Quit smoking cure - Eating high alkaline foods also help to quit smoking.

Take grape seed extract to repair damage lungs. This is one of the best quit smoking treatment.

Mix fresh grated radish with 2 teaspoon of honey and drink it as a juice. This is a good home remedy to quit smoking.

Chewing licorice stick is a safe and the best substitute for a cigarette. This is a good home remedy to quit smoking.

Drinking grape juice is the other best drink that helps to quit smoking. This is one of the effective quit smoking remedy.

Orange juice is acidic in nature and the first step in quitting smoking is to eliminate the nicotine from the body. Drinking orange juice twice a day will be useful. This is also effective natural remedy to quit smoking.

Dissolve two tablespoons of baking soda--sodium bicarbonate--in a glass of water and drink this with every meal. This will help in quitting the habit of smoking and is one of the good home remedies to quit smoking.

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Help with quitting
I like to smoke my husbands pole instead of ciggs. It helps with the cravings
#1 - Stephanie Chmielewski - 07/27/2007 - 22:08
;-) best thing to try is Chantix......i HATE pharmaceuticals but my mom is a pharmacy tech and she had been smoking for 30 years and me only 1 year, and i quit INSTANTLY! some crazy effects on people have come from this drug like suicidal thoughts? i dont know. i never thought like that but it really works! take my word!
#2 - victoria - 07/21/2008 - 12:26
If you want to smoke then go ahead, don't worry, life is very short & we don't know what happen 2marrrow , so please live/enjoy life as you like( but don't hurt others) , don;t bother about society .People around you !
No problem for 4 ciggs/ day !
#3 - Abhay - 08/06/2008 - 05:56
I did push ups every time I thought of smoking. It worked to get past those first 2 months
#4 - me - 09/21/2008 - 15:08
Loebilia granules are a homeopathic remedy natural and non addictive and apparently help with the withdrawal as it mimics the effect of nicotine in the brain
and the body thinks it is receiving the nicotine. It really helps to have a helping hand with no health risks.
#5 - monty - 10/20/2008 - 08:55
If you want to really quit smoking then STOP!! i was smoking for six years and i said F**** it. so i did hobies like putting together models and such. and for women, sewing. it may sound corny but it works. if you dont want to do any hobbies then deal with the with the withdrals and you shall feel better. you will feel a lot better when you quit. even when you wake up from sleeping you feel so much better. STOP paying for your harshful death QUIT!!
#6 - xxstayflyxx18 - 11/04/2008 - 20:40
when you get the urge to smoke lick some salt with the tip of your tongue that will help with the cravings
#7 - Jocelyn - 11/19/2008 - 13:31
I heard that chewing cinnamon (Spelling?) gum or eating cinnamon mints can help with cravings? Does anyone know any truth to this?
#8 - Marissa - 12/03/2008 - 08:57
Most important to quit smoking is your will power and determination to quit smoking
#9 - Usha - 01/15/2009 - 08:10
my Dad has been smoking for 20 year maybe more. i am 12 years old i have a long way to go i what my dad to be around for my graduation and my weeding and see his grand children. do you have any advice.

thank you.
#10 - sarah - 01/24/2009 - 06:48
Sarah please make sure that u keep telling him the same thing that you just told us, He really needs to hear it. Hearing it from you every time u see him reach 4 one might be his therapy... he might start skipping one then two etc... just 4 u. I wish I could get someone to tell me that every time i reached for one.
#11 - GINA - 01/25/2009 - 19:45
This is not a religous message; but a sure fire way to help you quit smoking. I saw the technique on t.v. almost 20 years ago . I don't remember who the man was, thats unimportant. Here goes: First thing; you have to really want to quit. When you have that sudden craving to smoke or when one of your natural triggers,EXamplle "getting into your car, drinking coffe or alcohol, after eating etc; act as if this craving is an actual, living "DEMON' Forcefully say NO!!! . If you are around other people, then mentally say NO!!!! and mean it. The first time you try this, the craving will reappear wiithin seconds or minutes. After you have done this several times you will be surprised at how long it has been since the last craving. ON my first day at trying this method; my time between cravings went from seconds to hours. It is the easiest way. You can quit with this method if you "really" want to quit.
#12 - jesse - 02/02/2009 - 13:30
I need to quit but i enjoy the act most of all. how can you break this....
#13 - Valerie - 02/03/2009 - 11:50
I've heard St. John's Wort is beneficial in helping with the mental aspect of smoking. To give your lungs and body the nutrients it desperatly needs to help defeat the habit, organic juices help as well. I like to mix carrot juice, coconut milk, acai, aloe vera, and this product called Bolthouse green goodness together, to have a healthy support system for the body. An added benefit, is energy levels rise with this mix. May all that are trying to quite suceed in the battle!!!
#14 - Jacky - 03/08/2009 - 21:22
I have smoked for almost 20 years, and i just quit. i have tried to quit a hundred times before- chantex made me moody, the patch never worked.. this time it seems to work. The first thing i did is decide that i actually wanted to be a 'non smoker' and live my life as a non-smoker, i thought i have smoked for 20 years, so that is certinally long enough. So i think first you really have to belive you CAN do it, and that you WANT to. Then i just stopped smoking i bought 10 packs of gum, nicorette, and a book on how to quit smoking. Evertime i got a craving i ate the gum (usually just the regular gum) and read some pages in the book. The book was helpfull just to remind myself of why i was quitting.. also i had to remind my self that there is nothing wrong with being a non-smoker.. non-smokers are not missing out on anything.. life is still fun and adverterous even without cigs..

I found that i continued to tell myself that 'i was a non-smoker and think about all the cool non-smokers i knew and how there lifes were fun.. it helps... also I think excersise difentally helps-- run around the house, do pushups whatever... start to obsess about working out instead of smoking... by the way the book i am reading says that smoking is as addictive as herion so we should not be so hard on ourselves that it is extreamly diffcult to quit!

good luck
#15 - squiz - 03/20/2009 - 10:37
Normally I would not be proud to call myself a quitter but after the battle to quit smoking I love reminding myself. I have tried many times over the years and haven't came across any "home remedy" that will work. Not even soaking in bath after bath with epsom salts to "pull" the nicotine from my body. Those nicotine withdrawls or "fits" >-(!! The best advice I recieved was to only attempt when truly ready (and for YOURSELF and SELF reasonings only), go full steam ahead with the right attitude, be positive and stay confident.
So your ready :-D THROW THEM AWAY!! Don't keep any spares just in case. Discard all ashtrays and lighters, yes even your favorites, and matchbooks. Wash all your bedding, towels, and several sets of clothes. Work on the rest of washables when those >-('s get to you to keep busy. Shower, more often than normal, smelling fresh and clean WILL help. If weather permits air your dwellings and vehicle/s daily. Clean the carpet and furniture. Chew sugar free gum, munch on twizzlers, just be careful not to pick up a new replacement addiction. With determination, hard work, and a crap load of will power you too will be a proud quitter! Good Luck!!
#16 - Quitter - 03/26/2009 - 18:23
staying away from sugar, caffeine or alcohol, i heard of drinking milk, also keeping ur mind distracted or busy, n breathing exercises

#17 - iwishitwuzthatez - 04/05/2009 - 01:19
:-(ive been smoking since i was 11 years old but now i just dont want to do it anymore , i mean just look on my kids faces hurts me when they say daddy when r u going to quite smoking, so what is the best way for me to quite. ( right now im trying to qutie cold turkey )
#18 - monser16 - 04/16/2009 - 18:45
Can I smoke your husbands pole too?:-P
#19 - Mama - 04/28/2009 - 05:23
i'ved been smoking for 9yrs im 27 now given up few times in pass and gone cold turkey but this time i went for for help had the courage to phone smoke free and got some patches and my inhaler and this is my fourth week smoke free just the first 3-4 days i did struggle it was the habbit of it i foun the hardest but i changed my routines adn i got pic on my fridge of this holiday im gonna book next yr everytime i wanna fag i look at this pic im savin cost i wanna holiday lol
#20 - marvin - 04/29/2009 - 16:34
my mom died from emphazima at 32. In her sleep.:-( I have been smoking since I was 14. I dont want to smoke anymore. I hate the way it tastes, I hate the way it smells, but its what I feel I need when I am stressed at work or home. Stress is a major factor on why I dont quit. Any suggestions for that. I will be 32 in 6yrs. I dont wanna die.
#21 - jessy - 05/02/2009 - 16:54
its all about your will power, and how badly you want to quit. i personally hate it. the taste, the smell, everything. its not attractive. i wish that i listened to people when they told me to never try it. i've been smoking for 3 or 4 years now, and i know how hard it is, especially when its the only thing that helps my anxiety. but i think about my future and what i want in life, and for my kids and what kind of example i want to put on others. i want to live my life to the fullest and not let something like smoking get in the way. im not able to do the things i use to do anymore...i run out of breath way to quickly and now im having problems breathing on a daily basis. i feel like an old lady and im only 17.
#22 - quitwhileyoucan - 06/07/2009 - 21:23
Its all in our hands really.This is the only disease which does not need any rehabilitation.If u REALLY want to quit,then just say no and stay away from the cancer stick.I'm an occasional smoker.I used to smoke about 4 or 5 sticks a day few years back.I have cut down severely in the last few years and noticed good improvement in my health.I smoke very rarely,maybe once a month or so.Ultimately its our body that is paying the price.Act before its too late. Its all in our head,self help is the best help.
#23 - Smith - 06/08/2009 - 05:55
smoke if you want to lose lung at a time
#24 - sarah - 07/26/2009 - 05:56
i read the hazards of smoking and decided to stop......................................................................................................................................................................reading :-P
#25 - ron - 07/26/2009 - 06:01
can i light your husbands pole?;-)
#26 - ron - 07/26/2009 - 06:07
addiction is all in the head.just don pick up the cancer stick. It worked for me!!! don be scared to be strong, don be scared of u!!!
#27 - HANNA M - 08/30/2009 - 10:33
Quit Smoking Through Homoeopathic Medicines - Caladium 30 (1 dose) + Tabacum 30 (1 dose after 1 hour) + Lobelia 30 (1 dose again after 1 hour)... Daily for 1 month... and see the effects..
#28 - Homoeopathic Doctor - 09/04/2009 - 12:57
Different ways will work for different people. Not everyone can quit cold, its not a bad thing to replace a bad habit with something not as bad. I am using nicotine losenges and would rather use those then smoke. Even if it takes me a long time to get off those at least I have eliminated the tar and smoke in my lungs. I am not affecting others, its better IMO
#29 - faith177 - 09/30/2009 - 14:02
Have you heard of smoke deter and what kind of success did u have. I really want to quit but I have tried so many times and have failed.
#30 - still trying - 10/07/2009 - 13:47
I was a chain smoker for more than a decade ( got addicted to it when I was 15 Years old, Iam 32 Now), have stopped a couple of times to start again.
However when I was browsing through I found a site which said that smoking is more of an attachment than addiction, ( This was claimed by an Australian university which had conducted a study on few people), One day i decided to quit, and to Gods grace its almost 18 months since i quit, though the after effects have made me a bit fat, Iam glad I gave it up. Best way is to learn to say no to your cravings than to look for excuses to stay addicted.
#31 - Mohammed Tayib - 10/10/2009 - 03:27
Just woke from a dream moments ago dreaming the number of cigs you consume. ex: I smoke a pack a day on avg. (20 cigs), 20 yrs. 20x7=140 wk. 140x4=560 per mth. 560x12=6,730 per yr. 6,730x20=134,600 almost 135,000 cigs people! I am done TODAY!!! Thanks for the support.
#32 - Good - 11/01/2009 - 01:39
my boyfriend is on chantix and apparently long term use of it has the suicideal thoughts and vivid dreams. I am on Zyban and has actually been doing really well. I don't have cravings and if I stay busy I completely forget that I'm not smoking. I highly recommend it!
#33 - Terra - 11/06/2009 - 12:13
hey guys thanks for all the advice n home remedies. fagging had taken a great toll on my physical n mental health. i was no more the person i used to be so i really
wanted to quit for myself n for my family. i have been smoking for 6 yrs m 24 now. its been just 1 month i quit smoking. m very sure i ll never smoke again. as squiz said life is still fun n adventurous without cigs.. thank u
#34 - vinu - 11/12/2009 - 23:23
I have been smoking for about 5yrs and im 21.When i look at my self not only do i look older then my friends i feel older because my body is not as active as it used to be, it takes me a really long time to get out of my bed in the morning, my teeth is not as white as it used to be and im always spraying alote of perfum on my self just so i could cover up the smell,i went a week with out smoking with the patch and it was working untill i started lossing interest to wear it and went straight back with out hesitation and i beat myself up about it alote (lose alote asleep too)but when its my time there wont be a SECOND CHANCE!!!!!!
#35 - no second chance - 12/04/2009 - 06:01
Been smoking 2-3-4 packs a day for 25 years, I quit 3 days ago, the most difficult thing ive ever done by FAR..

It's all will power.

If I can do this.. ANYone can.
#36 - John 3:16 - 12/10/2009 - 17:12
i just wanted to let everybody know that i've been trying to quit off and on for quite a bit of time. and i just so happened to personally trip over this idea. i tried the gum, made my teeth break. tried the patch and it fell off or just didnt work for me like i thought it would. tried cold turkey. made it about 5 days and broke down. My woman smokes so it generally makes it that much harder for me to get on the ball. Before you try spending another dollar on expensive pills, patches or gum, try something as simple as an Altoid. they are really potent with all the mint oils they put in them. what i mean is ESPECIALLY ALTOIDS. take one at a time and park it between your teeth and your cheek. its been working for me really good so far, and normally i would be beating my head against the wall hating myself by this point. but i feel perfectly normal. Try It.
#37 - Mike F - 12/14/2009 - 11:13
keep on trying, if you dont feel like spending alot of money on something that may not even work for you. try the altoids. you dont really have anything to lose, and if it doesnt end up working for you then theres always other options. i just so happened to read an article about using pepermint by the japanese to help increase alertness and stave off cigarette cravings in work places. personally i feel better right now than i have in the past using gum or patches. good luck everyone. its a pain in the ass and it all [@] alot. but i'm lookin forward to having an extra 140-160 bucks a month.
#38 - Mike F - 12/15/2009 - 11:58
smoking has ruined my life, lungs, looks! i have smoked for 8 years. i'm over it, 2010 i will be healthy! thx to the support from some of these comments... smoking ciggs has caused TMJ for me, and i have that smoker look @ age 25. I have spent the last eight years lying to myself and my family. the stress from the smoking is killing me even faster than just ciggs will. i've got to give this up and get my life on track. i have wasted too much time smoking and hating it @ the same time. i feel crazy. if we weren' all crazy we would go insane. @ least im not insane. i will quit.
#39 - sophie - 12/28/2009 - 13:30
Okay. i'm extremly young and my grandmother died from cancer, i'm petrified i'm going to endup like her. My mom and Dad both smoked for a while, my dad since i was born & my mom, for like 4 years. I want to quit more than anything in the world, and so far it's been about a week since my last cigg; & i haven't really gotten a craving. But i'm scared that when i do, i'm gonna break down. and i really don't want to, help?
#40 - Tasha - 01/14/2010 - 00:58
Can anyone help, gave up smoking two days ago
(ciggs and canabis) does any one have any advice finding it hard not so much with the ciggs but the relaxation of the weed.
#41 - LEE - 02/04/2010 - 05:56
Well the pole stuff is crazy! I have tried too many times, i know i will succeed someday! I dont believe that the book of mormon is the answer, but i do believe that GOD ALMIGHTY is,if i truly have my own will then it was my own will that got me here no disrespect to anyone , this addiction is the last thing i hang on to, my husband smokes too, so that makes even harder. We both want to quit, and i do think prayer and honesty is the answer, but coming together in agreement hasnt happened yet.As for demons i know thats what it is it truly is a spirit and it wants to take me out!>-(
#42 - artofhope - 02/25/2010 - 18:25
i have two cigs left! i refuse to buy more, LORD please give me the strength to kick this nasty habit!!!!i'm so tired of smoking....if not for me LORD give me the strength to quit for my kids sake......AMEN...THANKS TIKA!
#43 - tika - 03/15/2010 - 11:32
Nicotine Dependence or Smoking is a very significant risk factor for the 3 diseases that cause the most deaths -- heart disease, stroke and lung cancer. We want to stop smoking, but the fact remains it is difficult to do so. Advances in natural medicines which were used traditionally to help rid of this habit are now available. Biogetica. They have a natural and holistic approach to help you quit smoking. These unique homeopathic therapies not only help you get away from the addiction, but also try to tackle the damage that has been caused to your body due to years of nicotine dependence. The ingredients in product kits create a distaste for nicotine, and over a period of time, a hatred for it. They also help in fighting the free radicals built up in the system due to smoking. In this manner, natural therapies offer you important tools to aid your journey into a healthier life.
#44 - Alan - Stop Smoking - 03/16/2010 - 01:22
We tell ourselves it's going to be hard to quit, thus we make it hard. Truth be told smoking is the hard thing, not smoking is easy. To smoke you have to use your gas to go get smokes, spend your money to buy them, find fire somewhere, find a place that doesn't bother anyone else, distroy the earth with ashes, find a place for the butt, wash your hands because they now stink and are getting yellow, along with your breath and teeth, wash you clothes, try to get your energy back, and then do it all over again. Not smoking is easy, NOT hard. All you have to do is NOT SMOKE, that's it, that's all. Nothing to it, just don't smoke. Pick a quit date, make it happen, just do it! No more excuses, especially it's going to be hard, it's not. It's the easiest thing you will ever do. Yes, it worked for me after smoking for 16 years, half my life. Guess you just have to get mad enough, have a reason in heart, and know when enough is enough. Oh and drink mass amounts of water and walk away from where ever you are when the urge appears. Just leave, out the door, from the group, whatever you're doing just leave for 5 minutes. And no don't drink to the point of loosing all reasoning, you WILL fail. After all isn't that the reason of alcohol, to "get fuzzy" in the head? Good Luck, but it's so easy you won't even need luck.
#45 - Allie - 03/22/2010 - 22:32
I am once again quitting smoking .. at 58 ... I had quit for 20 years , and then my wife passed from cancer and I started again ... now it is time to stop.
Each time I have quit in the past the only thing that worked was to do a combination of things ...
slow down on coffee , soda , beer , etc and drink more water. Exercise helps a lot and study .... the biggest motivator though is the desire to be healthy again... stop coughing etc.
This particular time I am in the process again , as this woman I am now seeing has asthma and believe it or not , she smokes also. I am hoping to quit and help her quit also .... but it will be a combined effort for her health and mine... the minute by minute thought that if I don[t make an effort , she will not haunts me and helps to lead me in the proper direction.
#46 - bob - 04/12/2010 - 07:20
18 years. :oops: Down to less than half a pack.:-) I have to quit; not just smoking, but lying to my kids.:-( Every time I try quitting I go from:-D to:oops: to:-[] to >-(. And I mean>-(>-(>-( so much I scare myself. What I'm scared of is who am I going to be when I quit? I get>-( a lot as it is, what if that's worse? I also get depressed and paranoid and extremely tired and hateful. What if I seriously can't hack it anymore and do something worse than the smoking? I try telling myself none of that will happen and the cigs are what make me feel lousy, but what if I'm wrong? Most of the postings here are quite helpful ;-), has anybody felt like they've lost sight of who they were before cigs so much that they didn't know who they would become after quitting?
I'm so tired of >-(>-(>-(:oops:
What I need is :-D:-P:-);-)
#47 - WhoAmI - 04/14/2010 - 11:07
I've been smoking for over 5 years and can't afford to continue smoking. I also cannot afford to buy medications to help me. I have been lookiong for home remidies, but havn't had any luck. What should I do in my situation? I'll try anything that will help stay :-D and not >-(
#48 - Katherine - 05/23/2010 - 21:23
just stopped smoking 9 days ago. feel so much better. and sunflower seeds helps A LOT. and chewing on a licorice stick takes the cravings away. GOOD LUCK TO EVERYONE TRYING OR WANTING TO QUIT!
#49 - liz - 06/14/2010 - 21:07
Day 1.....chewing sugar free how I plan 2 quit....and just ask god for the strength.....Wishing u all good luck.....STAY STRONG....god bless
#50 - Kelli - 06/21/2010 - 19:31
:-P:-[]:oops:B-)>-(:-o:-(:-D:-);-) RELLY EFFECTIVE
#51 - preetham - 07/09/2010 - 23:28
thank u all for the good advice,this is my 4th day quitting [chantix] its good ,no withdrawal,slight cravings ,i feel my brain like a small child nagging about wanting a toy,and i saying no no no and the child crying hitting embarrissing me ,i am starting to sweat ,to be angry and i m surrendering to all the noise he,s making that how nicotine works in the brain , i have to say no to the child or he ll ruin my life .
#52 - tolin - 07/26/2010 - 16:01
One thing that I found by acciden is suck on those mint candy's. If you decide to light up a cig the mint makes it taste so nasty that I can't even finish it. In fact I won't ever smoke a cig again till the mint taste is out of my mouth.
#53 - Matt - 08/23/2010 - 20:15
I don't want to quit but I know I need to for my families just seems that having a smoke with my coffee is ABSOLUTELY the ONLY thing in my day that is just MINE...

#54 - Lea Ann - 08/25/2010 - 14:53
:-( Chantix made me sick. I used the patch years ago and gave up for 6 yrs and returned just outta curiousity. Yes, that was curiously stupid. Now I'm 3 months pregnant and finding it so hard to quit. It's been 2 yrs since I started again. I'm so embarrased. I've been hiding this from close friends and family all along. I'm gonna have to use GOD as my strength.
#55 - Tia - 09/04/2010 - 16:14
I am 19 and smoke 2 packs a day, since i was 15. Im really trying to quit, but can't find the self motivation, my grandma has had 3 heart bypasses, two leg surgeries to unclog arteries in her legs, and this still hasn't caught my attention, i know i will end up like her if i don't quit soon, someone please help me find the motivation.
#56 - Ty - 02/03/2011 - 12:29
So I am 20 years old, been smoking 4 years. I have two cigs left that I will smoke.I refuse to buy any more. I like the idea of altoids, so I might do that...or some form of exercise... I am excited to quit.
#57 - anon - 02/24/2011 - 23:58
i am the age of 15 and ive been smoking for 2 years ive tryed many different ways to quit smoking but nohting seems to work. i have tryed dipping even thiough thats worse ive tried quiting cold turkey and i tried doing sports and i even tried throwing it all away but nothing seems to work what can i do to help me stop
#58 - robert - 10/25/2011 - 12:14
I've been smoking since I was 13 yrs old (young and dumb) 30 yrs now. I've never attempted to quit or even cared to. I enjoyed and liked it too much! I looked forward to my smoke breaks. (I don't smoke inside the house). However I am very much aware of how bad it is for your body, I am very health conscious. I eat well, exercise, have never touched any drugs or alcohol. Not that I think there is something wrong with alcohol I just don't like it. I have been very lucky my whole life and have never had any medical issues or have ever taken any medicine other than advil/tylenol or occacional antibiotic. About a month ago I started having stomach pains long story short. 2 wks ago I was dianosed with 2 bleeding ulcers. My doctor told me they would heal a lot quicker with the meds he gave me plus if I stopped smoking. I continued to smoke for another week after he told me that cuz I thought my addiction was bigger than my will power. I waited til I ran out of cigs. I quit with the help of the nicotine gum. It's only been a week but I am very proud of myself. The cravings are there but as someone else said above, I KEEP TELLING MYSELF NO!! and it does help. I don't take as many pieces of the gum as suggested. I want to break my addiction to nicotine not prolonge it. After only a week I ok with only chewing 3 to 4 pieces of gum per day. To all, you must really want to quit!
#59 - Daisy - 10/25/2011 - 15:46
Life is great when im smoking,then I try to quit and something happens to piss me off!It never fails,but I know its not the cigs making me happy.Its being with my 3 year old son that really makes me happy,and he wants to be like me.He would take butts out the ashtray and act like he was smoking them:(Thats all it took for me to wanna QUIT!Im [email protected] so smoking the pole wouldnt work(see above)but I took the idea and ran with it!I bought A huge pack of Jolly Ranchers and when id get the urge id suck on that.It has worked thus far and I feel great!Good luck to you all,and use your family as motivation.Your parents and your children dont want to watch you die because of a bad habit!P.S Empty wrappers are better then butts!
#60 - Jon - 11/19/2011 - 09:50
I guess that to get the business loans from banks you must have a good motivation. But, once I've received a commercial loan, because I wanted to buy a house.
#61 - ClaudineRusso20 - 03/26/2012 - 07:57
Some time before, I really needed to buy a car for my business but I didn't earn enough cash and could not buy anything. Thank goodness my brother proposed to get the loans at reliable bank. So, I acted that and was happy with my financial loan.
#62 - EULARodriquez - 05/19/2012 - 14:54
I for one really like to smoke... I like the taste the smell and the satisfaction. However I don't like the side affects. I've quit numerous times before and picked it back up because I enjoy it. I now have decided to quit again and I am hating myself because of the detox my body goes through... The emotions the cravings the feeling of being annoyed by everything. I have a new wife who also is trying to quit which makes it harder and a 6 year old daughter who is constantly arguing and defying everything we say to her cause she is so smart... I feel like life was better as a smoker. I have over come drugs and alcohol but this is the hardest thing I've ever done. Even exercise and losing weight was easier. I'm really close to staying a smoker any advice to someone who likes everything about smoking???
#63 - BigPmontucky - 04/02/2013 - 02:03
I need to quit bad everyone around me is getting sad and mad at me and if you have any advice at all I would very much appreciate it and a ment works for some people includeing my grandparents they said that they quit at a young age by using ments but it doesn't work for me (gum is the same way) that's when I figured out gum and ments work for some people but not all so if your trying to quit just stick a gum or a ment in your mouth when the erge comes to smoke and see if it works for you

#64 - i dont wanna say - 05/10/2014 - 10:19
I am 38 Years old and I have smoked since I was 15 years old. I am at the point where I do not want to smoke but cannot seem to quit. I feel the effects smoking has on my body. Shortness of breath weazing, weight gain and not to mention that my children and husband harp on me. I want to try zyban and or chantix but I am afraid of the side effects that I hear about. Anyone out there had any success with these products? I don't want to be that cranky person that turns into a crazy one from the side effects. I used to enjoy smoking and now it has become an anchor. In the last few years I have had ongoing chest pain and anxiety associated with smoking. I wish there was all the information out there when I was a kid so that I had never started nowadays the commercials on tv are enough to scare any kid from never smoking and I certainly don't want my kids to do it.
#65 - WAY TO LONG - 12/29/2014 - 16:37
Smoking is one of the leading causes of deaths around the world. Every year, the number of smokers who succumb to smoking-related diseases like lung cancer is on the rise. Perhaps, it is time to stop.
#66 - Amritha Ganeshan - 03/08/2018 - 03:19
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