Chantix made me so sick I thought I would die. Still took it for weeks because I was so desperate. Stayed in bed curled up unable to move, eat and barely could breath the pain and sickness was so bad. Have heard similar stories for ever person I have talked to about this drug. (more than 15)View Thread
The Electronic cigarette has been a life saver for me. ( I think maybe literally) I finally found a good e cig after trying several that were just awful. I use the grape, vanilla, peach and several others. Did not try any that were like regular cigs. I have so much more energy. I feel so much better already but things are tasting and smelling so much stronger. The place that has helped me so much is LeCig. They have been so patient with me and I have bought starter kits for both children. It takes a few weeks and you actually have to get the real cigs away from within reaching distance or you will still grab for them. Using my cigarette case for my extra cartridges and batteries makes it easier for me since I have such a habit of grabbing for the case when wanting to smoke.View Thread
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