Drinking Coffee Without The Urge to Smoke, Healty Water Recipe
Published by ImperfectFuture in the blog Using eCigs to Quit Smoking, or the umpteenth nic replacement...Successful?. Views: 0
Yep, title says how I woke up on the 26th of February, 11 days cig free. I was having some urges that involved walking outside to my old smoking station, so I would step outside with my ecig. Now, I can smoke/vape closer to the building, but that cold helps to get over the going outside habit of smoking.
Each day is getting easier. Yep, it tore up my routines, and the cat litter REALLY needs cleaning . And my new sense of smell let me know it (and laundry issues too). This isn't a clean break from cigs, it's not like you pop a pro air, and your life magically transforms to non-smoking heaven. There are routines you built around smoking (ESPECIALLY if you timed you tokes as tobacco reduction). And those other gadzillion chemicals in analogs, you are addicted to those little carcinogens also. So, you spend a great deal of time vaping (newbies, watch those wicks, mine will need to be replaced sooner than I planned, since I didn't know that chain vaping kinda gunks up the coil where the wick meets, using g6 mini tanks).
S today, must find a way to get some stuff done, and make my neurologists appointment tomorrow. Yes, my sleep pattern has been interrupted, but it's not the first time.
As to water, have a little recipe to help with the detox (generally good on a forever basis). You need Bragg's Raw Organic Apple Cider Vinegar, Lemon, and pure clover honey. Cut lemon in half, try to get the seeds out. Add Brita or distiller chilled water to large glass, add a large splash apple cider, and about 1/4 teaspoon honey (not exact science, to taste). Stir, and squeeze part of half lemon into glass. Drink it down. Refill glass with water, and squeeze rest of lemon in water. Drink that down too. Best if done first thing in morning, or after coffee, breakfast.
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