I have just reached 70 days (my 2nd time). Both times I have an awful sweet tooth that is driving me crazy and nothing but something sweet can satisfy it. I never even bought sweets on a regular basis when I smoked.View Thread
This is my 2nd time in a year quitting. 1st time was 52 days. This time I am at 35 days. Craving sweets is my biggest problem. I am using Chantix but I hate the fact that I want/need something sweet all the time. I tried to buy vegetables, crackers etc but I don't eat them. I want ice cream, popcicles, french vanilla capuccino, cakes, cookies, etc. So I am going to buy the glucose tablets to see if that help. I've gained 10 lbs!!!View Thread
This is my 2nd time at quitting. It is the same as last time I want anything sweet and I'm not crazy over sweets. Ice cream, cupcakes, candy bars, etc. If glucose tablets work, please let me know.View Thread
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