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  • Day 29- Feeling good but VERY Spotty

    Hi everyone

    Hope you are all getting through the day with as little pain and angst as poss.

    I thought I was doing rather well then yesterday I started to get a really short fuse. Seems to have passed today. But yesterday I kept thinking about smoking. I knew it would be rubbish and make me feel terrible but still that nagging urge was there. Very pleased to say I didn't smoke.

    I guess I hadn't had a trigger for a while or I could see them coming and prepare for them. Just waking up in a *****ty mood yesterday led me to keep looking for that old habit to get me through..

    The other thing is I am breaking in out so many spots... my skin is terrible. Does anyone else have this? I wonder if it is the toxins flushing out, or the double dose of Champix I am still on? I am drinking less coffee and alcohol than I did before but eating loads. On the plus side my skin is losing the greyish hue that it had for the last ten years or so!!

    It's not easy, but it really helps logging in here every so often to see what other people are going through. Hope you are all doing well

    XXX
    Rollie smoker of 15 years- giving it up with Champix

    Quit Date- 14th Feb 2010

  • #2
    Well Done Clo for not giving in thro a poo day

    Your going great but still gonna get some days/hours/mins with the cravey feelings or just down right peed off as emotions will still be all over the place for a bit its quite normal so dont worry.

    Think of all the negatives as a sign of your body starting to heal and face each trigger head on and climp over to make you even stronger when you beat it

    Soz bout the zits, keep drinking vast amounts of water and if you get the chance go for a steam at the gym or local pool (if not bowl of very hot water and sexy towel over head will work wonders)

    Hang in there.....

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    • #3
      Well done Clo, just to let you know I know what you are going through. My skin was sooooooo bad after quitting, but now its better than ever. Give it a month or 6 weeks and it will be better don't worry

      Michelle x


      Smoked: 20 per day for 20 years

      Quit Day 12th November using Champix

      Look who's a Non Smoker now!!! that'll be me then

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      • #4
        well done clo..

        29 days congratulations....I too have spots. A good sign me thinks..like you said the toxins being flushed away....im guilty of not drinking enough water!!! i have to force myself ..hate the stuff!!!

        ure doing so well..& more good days come until it all clicks into place..keep going xx almost day 30 xx

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        • #5
          Alcohol brings on the spots but also everyones body reacts differently to stress. For me stress comes out on my skin either a rash or the lurvely spotty spots. Now toxins need to be excreated from the body and this will be via your urine, sweat and skin. So the more water you drink esp combined with exercise the quicker to release the toxins.

          my top tip would be go for a full holistic swedish body massage, this encourages faster delivery of nutrients and oxygen vis the blood to the organs and speeds up the removal of harmful toxins and metabolic waste. I'd say go once a week for three weeks then once a month there after to keep on top of your health.

          with any luck the spots will go. plenty of water.
          Quit date -[B] NATIONAL NO SMOKING DAY 10TH MARCH 2010

          http://whyquit.com/

          http://www.quitguide.com/nicotine-withdrawal.html

          http://www.smoking-cessation.org/con...althissues.asp

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          • #6
            Hi Clo

            well done 29 days is great but sorry you struggled yesterday

            Your emotions are all over the place at the moment but all things you're finding will pass as will the sopts usually caused by toxins leaving your body

            Below is my standard welcome and advice post which I try and give all new members

            Welcome to the forum and well done on the decision to quit possibly one of the most important you will ever make and you will be losing nothing but you will regain control of your life and that has to be good

            You will find all the help and support you need on here as we all help each other just like a family we are here for you every step of the way cheering the good days and sympathising with the bad but the good far outweigh the bad

            Read the posts on here you will find a lot of tips and advice and in the signatures of a lot you will find links to other sites just click on them Here are 2 I find very good to start you off http://www.whyquit.com and http://www.woofmang.com Read, read and then read some more as the more you read and learn about why you smoked and about your addiction the easier your quit will be

            This link is good for the psychological part of quitting http://whyquit.com/whyquit/A_Symptoms.html

            Post often to let us know how you're doing, to rant, rave have a moan whatever you like pretty much anything goes on here OK
            68 years old smoked since I was 15 minumum 20 daily

            Lots of previous quits finally saw the light 17th Nov 2008

            This time used I used Champix, willpower and this forum

            www.whyquit.com

            www.woofmang.com

            http://whyquit.com/whyquit/A_Symptoms.html

            http://www.nosmokingforum.co.uk/imag...es/mocking.gif

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            • #7
              Thanks for your wise words

              Thanks all

              I feel much better today and will keep on battling through the urges.

              I LOVE the advice about Swedish massages and trips to a steam room (thanks Chrissie V and Fallen Angel). I should be saving money from not smoking but I think most of it is all going on food instead! Still I think it would be great to flush out some of the toxins, de-stress and treat myself.

              Wildcats- thank you for you comment. It's encouraging to hear your skin is better than ever... here's hoping I won't have to wait too long!

              KitKat- Totally with you on the water front. It is so dull. I'm trying to get into detox herbal tea instead, especially if it has liquorice in it.

              And Margareth- thanks for your words of support. My emotions are generally all over the place anyway so no wonder they are even more spiky now that I'm changing so much in my life.

              I don't know where you all are, but it is a glorious sunny day here in London which certainly helps me feel a bit more on top of things.

              Right- best down some water...
              Rollie smoker of 15 years- giving it up with Champix

              Quit Date- 14th Feb 2010

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              • #8
                Hi Clo,

                I too had quitzits, my skin is still not great but (I'll say this bit quietly... It is improving slowly! ...

                I too like the idea of the massage! I keep justifying every spend with the fact that I no longer smoke. I'm poorer than I was when I smoked! But I am much healthier!

                Hang on in there!

                Jen x
                WHAT? Quit attempt - 2nd (1st was 10 years ago!)
                WHEN? Quit date - 1st Jan 2010
                HOW? Quit Method -Cold Turkey with the occasional puff of the inhilator
                Fags - 20 ish rollies a day
                WHY? Been smoking over half my life .... worrying!

                New year revolutions - (1)AceWisdom, jenny 29 & Mike g (2)Claire 79 (3)Tinkerbell, emily & cabinfeaver
                (4)SHAZIEB (6)Coolsparkle (7)DebMcFly (9)lozza (10)thinkingclearer (11)Munter ST, Mrvirginia26 & timewarp

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