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  1. Hello! I just created a profile for this site. I am a 31 year-old man, and have been a chain smoker since age 23 or 24. I recently attempted to quit nicotine cold turkey. I made it 3 and a half days, then bought a pack and started up again. I have tried nicotine gum in the past, and have found it unsuccessful for me. I am very interested in quitting cold turkey. My intention is to attempt a quit again within the next week or so. I think where I stumbled with my most recent attempt was in not having a clear timeline, as far as moving past the most intense physical withdrawal symptoms. I've heard varying accounts of the timeline - some say it gets easier after day 3, day 5, one week, etc. I know that the physical withdrawal symptoms eventually go away - but I need to be fully prepared for however my own body adjusts. Patience will be key. I desperately want this year to be the year I quit smoking for good. If anyone out there has input about their own smoking histories, and how it affected the length of time of withdrawal, I would very much like to hear about it. Thank you.

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