I quit smoking on the 18 Jan 2013 when i was 58 I had smoked for 44 years. I got up and thought i dont want to do this anymore so went to Tesco and bought some mini lozenges they worked for me. I was overweight at the time so in April 2013 I joined the gym at the time i weighed 12st 6lbs i slogged on my own and lost a stone then in august 2013 i got a personal trainer who inspired me as of last week I now weight 9st 5lbs and still working on my fitness levels, I have not smoked a cigarette but i found that by getting fit it made me more determined not to go back. So find something that will help you through withdrawal and try to keep busy and good luck you can do it !!
I quit smoking in January of last year and have since lost about 25 lbs. Quitting smoking made working out easier.
Wow! Thank you everyone! I am planning to quit cold turkey but as it failed the day I made this thread I have been trying to cut down. After reading all your replies I have decided I will try both, my plan is to replace smoking with knitting and exersize. Even if I fall off the diet wagon once I go cold turkey, I will still log. Thanks again everyone!
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