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#1 janine0917

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Posted 11 October 2016 - 03:29 AM

Hospitalized for asthma. Time to quit the evil sticks that have ruled & ruined my life for too long! I'm taking back my life! Looking for suggestions, support & friends who understand the fight. 😉

#2 Jillar

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Posted 11 October 2016 - 03:55 AM

Welcome Janine, please introduce yourself in the main board as this is a sub category and doesn't get as many views. Congratulations on deciding to quit. I also have asthma so I can tell you to be prepared for your asthma to get worse after you quit. Hopefully it won't happen but mine did for a couple months so just wanted to forewarn you of what could happen. You will get a lot of good advice from everyone here as we are all in it to win it :)

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#3 Mike Piano

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Posted 11 October 2016 - 06:59 AM

By  luck or design you have walked into a place of friends and real support.

 

Stay and share, we are like a lifeboat.

 

This addiction loses power the moment you log on.

 

Welcome Janine

 

Get well and help others, thats what we do.


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#4 Jimmy Gold

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Posted 27 April 2017 - 05:26 AM

Smoking, or being around other people smoking, can lead to asthma symptoms or even an asthma attack. Giving up smoking is vital if you want to manage your asthma well and lower your risk of an asthma attack. I m happy on your decision to quit smoke. Try these tips to get you started - Change your daily habits - Find out about stop smoking treatments, some treatments to help reduce your craving to smoke. Talk to your pharmacist or asthma nurse about what i's available for you. It's not easy - but keep going.



#5 Nancy.

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Posted 27 April 2017 - 01:51 PM

Smoking, or being around other people smoking, can lead to asthma symptoms or even an asthma attack. Giving up smoking is vital if you want to manage your asthma well and lower your risk of an asthma attack. I m happy on your decision to quit smoke. Try these tips to get you started - Change your daily habits - Find out about stop smoking treatments, some treatments to help reduce your craving to smoke. Talk to your pharmacist or asthma nurse about what i's available for you. It's not easy - but keep going.

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#6 Smokefreetoday

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Posted 02 May 2017 - 12:05 PM

Welcome Janine!  Come over to the main board where it is all happening... Also be sure to check out the newbie package and all it's great information.  Nope. Smoking is not an option.







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