Here's one good advice!

Discussion in 'General RVing' started by roseman, Nov 3, 2005.

  1. roseman

    roseman New Member

    Sorry but I wanna HELP!
    I am NOT telling anyone to quit smoking, as it is none of my business what people do with their own bodies, and I don't judge people for anything like that anyway. I am an ex-smoker, so I have no right to judge. I can, instead, empathize and relate. So this is for anyone who really does WANT to quit.

    I'm sorry if anyone gets annoyed that I am helping this thread continue (a few seemed upset that it is even here in the first place), but I know that some of you are smokers and maybe, if I can help JUST ONE person.
    I smoked for 15 years, a pack a day, sometimes more. I finally tried NOSMOQ, and I gotta tell ya: It's GREAT! Not everyone has had this experience, as one person mentioned, they had a BAD experience with the side-effects. But everyone's body chemistry is different, and I had NO side-effects whatsoever! And, of course, it's not a magic pill that will take away your desire to smoke. You will still WANT a cigarette, for awhile, out of HABIT, but the genius is: NO NICOTINE FITS!!! I have NO willpower, and it helped me quit! You take 1 pill twice a day for 2 weeks, then quit smoking, cold turkey. Just like that! You continue the NOSMOQ for only a week or more, and if you do so, you will have no withdrawals or weird side-effects from quitting the NOSMOQ, either! I have been a non-smoker now since March 28, 2000... for just 7 days NOSMOQ is an antidepressant, for those who don't know, about it if you are a smoker who wants to quit. It's gaining popularity for quitting smoking, and for one very good reason: IT WORKS!
    Sorry if I sound like a commercial (I just realized it), but this is really my own personal experience, and like I said, if it helps JUST ONE person quit smoking, then it is worth it to me to take any harassment I may receive for posting it! My father died 2 1/2 years ago of a massive heart attack, and during the autopsy, they discovered that his entire body was filled with cancer (he never went to a dr.). He was a chain smoker for MANY years, and ended up dead at the age of 55. So there is nothing anyone can say or do to me to make me regret posting this, especially if this knowledge reaches someone who needs it!
    Thanks for reading...

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