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    day 1, no smokes....ARGHHHHHH!!!!!!!
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    Anon_233951 posted:
    I must stop smoking. I want a cigarette, badly!!!! I was in the hosp. for 4 days and did fine w/o smokes. Home again and with the knowledge that I MUST quit, I still want a cigarette, now!!!!!!
    Day 1 and feeling shaky. How do people do this??
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    Byroney_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Welcome Anon_233951 and thanks for posting today. I want to commend you for taking the first step. Here are some help to get you started:

    13 Best Quit Smoking Tips Ever

    How to Quit Smoking Today

    Check with your doctor, hospital, and community for smoking cessation help that may be available to you. Many places have programs or support groups that can be free or inexpensive to join.

    Let us know how you're doing,

    Byroney


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