Hi Sharon, Sorry to hear that your not up to par, but are you drinking a lot of water that gave me engry and then with that I would exercise quite a bit. I know that it takes alot to get moving but even a walk around the block would be so helpful. If your not doing that try giving that a shot. Your engry will come back but don't get so down on yourself it takes time.
Good luck to you and congratulations on your six weeks. That's terrific.
Hi I have a little over a year under my belt. Every one needs to understand that when you quit it takes some time to detox. I didn't realy start to feel any difference for 3-4 months. whne you think about it you yrs and yrs of smoke,chemicals etc to undo so what's 4 mnths. BE PATIENT. soon you'll see that your able to run up the stairs without collapsing.
Nicotine is a stimulant so when you stop ingesting it that's what's going to happen. I'm quitting again now and all my previous attempts have involved fatigue even though I was already an exerciser. I'm on day 1 now so it hasn't hit me yet, for me it usually hit after a couple days. I plan on consuming caffeine if necessary.
thank you everyone foor answering i was feeling so down about it i went out and bought a pack of cigs i smoked half aof one and was so discusted with myself i gave them to a person in the street i saw smoking i am 54 but i usually have loads of energy i work partime bring up my grandson who has just turnsd 9 i have had him from he was 2 i also look after the house sorry for draging this out but i dont even feel like getting out of bed in the morning but all your answers have helped me understand so i dont feel so alone as i know other people go through the tiredness to
Well Sharon the fatigue is starting to hit me and I'm getting pretty tired. I have the 4th off so I can sleep as late as I want but I want to work out tomorrow too.
It's great that after buying some you got rid of them. I've done that so many times and I'm determined not to do it this time.
Liamsmom, please keep reminding us of this. It's been over a month for me and I'm feeling so much worse than when I smoked that sometimes I think it's just not worth it. Knowing that sometimes it takes 3-4 months gives me something to shoot for. Thanks.
hi everyone hope you are all doing ok well thats me of the gigs 8 weeks using patches and inhaler i started on 15 mg patch and came down to the 10 on friday cant say i feel any difference i cant say i dont want a cig but just puting it out of my mind i hope everyone is doing well i have candida so im not feeling to good but i dont think its anything to do with the stoping smoking