(The following is a post I made to the forums that I think is quite interesting, so I've reproduced it here).
This study from 1976 monitors plasma nicotine between 9 AM and 4 PM. It compares smoking a cigarette hourly with chewing a 4 mg piece of nicotine gum hourly (back then, nicotine gum was not yet approved but it was the same principle used currently...nicotine bound to an ion exchange resin with a buffer).
The second page (page 1044 of the journal) shows a
Updated 04-19-2010 at 02:05 AM by DVap
So...I decided to Blog and not clog up the user success forum with my ramblings - at least here I can warble on to my heart's content safe in the knowledge that no-one (or very few) will actually read it :-D
My quit story or at least the story so far, is in that forum - under baby steps - if anyone's interested so Im not going to repeat everything I put in there already :)
I will mention up front that I'm English, so if there are some phrases or words you don't get, that would be why.
Living with a disability is not easy. Many of us here know that. Be it something people can see (crutches, wheelchair, a body part that looks different) or something that is “invisible”. I have both. On the days when I need my cane, my back brace, my ankle brace, whatever, I tend to stay home.
I have a handicap sticker, and I usually try and park in the handicap spot (because I know I’ll probably be thankful later). Most times when I get out of my car, I look just as able as the next
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