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    msrytw posted:
    My co-worker and I are using Nicotrol Inhalers. It's o.k. but I still crave a cigarette @ night when I am reading or watching T.V. (which is when I smoked the most). I do the inhaler in the morning and when I get off work. it's been 3 days. I go to my mother's house after work whiich is a no-smoking zone till around 6:30/7:00 and then I have been going home and walking for 20 min. Then I eat dinner. Then I want to eat again and again and I WANT A CIGARETTE. What should I do? My sister quit smoking with Chantix (tried it-makes me sick) and now she is addicted to food and chocolate. I weigh 135 lbs and want to stay that way.
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