I have been smoking cigarettes over 50 years,....and the CONSEQUENCE of my action, has brought me C.O.P.D., Emphasema, lost teeth, wrinkles, a "wheezing" cough, and OBESITY, because I have been sitting for hours on end, playing Computer Games AND NOT EATING HEALTH FUL FOODS, AND THINGS "LOADED" WITH SUGAR. I need all the help/support I need,....to lick this MAJOR ADDICTION!! Regards, mildew1945View Thread
Does any one know, what IS IN the Vapor, of these E-Cigarettes. When it says "0" Nicotine,....what would be the replacement, in the taste, and what components, makes up the Vapor,...What makes the Vapor?? Hopefully, someone will respond to my questions, Regards, mildew1945View Thread
Thank you for responding to my post, I have been 5 days Smoke Free, I am in a Smoking Cessation Program, and my Quit Day, was Aug 26, and I stopped smoking cigarettes on the 25th of August,...whew...the day before Quit Day!! I have been on 21 mg Patches, and Nicotine Losenges. I get the "Fidgets",...and little "Nervous",.....BUT, I AM NOT BUYING ANY MORE CIGARETTES!! What do you think about, the E-Cigarettes, with "0" nicotine....?? Would be interesting, to know what other people used instead of Cigarettes. Regards, mildew1945.View Thread
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