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  1. @d2e8b8 Yup , Nowadays i don't find it that difficult to stay away from smoking . Its not even in my thoughts anymore . It is seriously pointless going through the smoking activity
  2. Thanks Abby @BKP, Thanks . Here is the details of the vaccine registration site in India .This and another site (one for business firms ) is where we register for vaccines . I work in a pharmacy distribution center , so all the employees there had to register in another site and we all got appointments today . We had shortages of vaccines here too even though we get most of the vaccines from Serum Institute of India ( It is an Indian biotechnology and biopharmaceuticals company. It is the world's largest manufacturer of vaccines located in the city of Pune, India . ) @jillar , Yes it is a relief after many months of waiting and more waiting
  3. Thanks Doreensfree I have a little headache in the evening , other than that i am alright And i don't even think about cigarettes these days .
  4. I got covishield (astrazeneca) first dose today morning . I am finally a bit happy Next dose between october and november 2021 Oh , i am still smoke free
  5. I hate smoking these days , which is a good thing . I even regret the period i used to smoke . It was a strange stupid activity . When you are tired and dull , you are tired and dull . And cigarettes cannot change that
  6. Its a strange state that we are craving for , I don't know why anyone wants to feel messed up like this . Please avoid the dirty habits .
  7. Quitting is not easy . But its not that difficult either It is like avoiding dirty food that is harmful to your body
  8. First time i tried to quit cigarettes i thought it was like quitting some bigger harmful drug . I thought about cigarettes like heroin . Because it was that hard to quit for me in the beginning . The cravings and firing inside my brain for cigarettes was so strong My head was more like trying to control my heroin addiction , lol I had to stop it and somehow i did stop it . What a relief these days Take your addiction a little bit more seriously Thanks
  9. I am going to control my sugar and cholesterol with this diet . Breakfast . Lunch (Rice , Fish and Vegetables only ) Evening food ... (Oats , Milk , Banana , Cucumber ) Dinner
  10. 1st few days of quit are the hardest . I think you have already conquered those hardest days without smoking . After 2 weeks i am sure you will have enough experience and will power to overcome your cravings . Train yourself to make your quit stronger and stronger Sorry for my bad english , i am from south india
  11. @Boo , I still cant move properly after that 1 days workout . I will try again after 2 more days , with 3 days rest maybe this pain will go away . My plan is to make progress slowly . Thanks
  12. @Boo , Thanks , yes i am focusing on diet and exercise . I have plans to avoid meat completely and then i am going to eat a bit less food and burn more . Today i have pain all over my body , not sure if i should rest today or continue working out Will decide to workout or not within an hour . Thanks for all the suggestions
  13. That beginning time when you try to quit is really mental . But life is always a bit mental with or without cigarettes . Try to stay fresh somehow . It can be really fresh sometimes and really dull some other times . I used to smoke to kill the dull times . I managed to stop smoking during all the dull times and somehow escaped this whole smoking habit . Try to stay fresh . Good luck .

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