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Smoking/Non smoking and PE

View Poll Results:

Has smoking effected your PE gains?

I smoke, and it HAS effected my PE gains

2030.77%

I smoke, and it HASN’T effected my PE gains

2741.54%

I DO NOT smoke, and I HAVEN’T had any PE gains

46.15%

I DO NOT smoke, and I HAVE seen PE gains.

1421.54%
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I never smoked and never will.

Hmm.
How do I quit? I smoke too much I think.

After every meal, in between meals, one as soon as I wake up with coffee (even before breakfast), and one routinely before I go to bed!

I smoke on average a pack a day. I never even get cravings for cigarettes its fucking weak (although I probably never get the chance to crave them because I always have them) I think it is a mental addiction of massive proportions; and too me, I see this as harder to quit.

Yes, I am sure I have a mental addiction. I swear it, I smoke just for the sake of it.

-If I am at work, and there are no “smoko” breaks allowed, I will try to sneak around, or find an emergency exit to go through just to have a puff- even when I don’t necessarily need one,
-At work, I will see what I have to do, then in my mind, make a pre-empted decision to have a smoke at a certain interval
-Just about every time I get into the car its “spark up” time
-And basically every time I get comfortable to watch a movie or something like that, you guessed it; smoke time!

That’s allot of smoking. Costing me allot of money too!

How do you break mental addictions as big as these? Oh, and after I post this, guess what? I’m going out for a smoke!!


d_sutuous

Originally Posted by d_sut
Hmm.
How do I quit? I smoke too much I think.

After every meal, in between meals, one as soon as I wake up with coffee (even before breakfast), and one routinely before I go to bed!

I smoke on average a pack a day. I never even get cravings for cigarettes its fucking weak (although I probably never get the chance to crave them because I always have them) I think it is a mental addiction of massive proportions; and too me, I see this as harder to quit.

Yes, I am sure I have a mental addiction. I swear it, I smoke just for the sake of it.

-If I am at work, and there are no “smoko” breaks allowed, I will try to sneak around, or find an emergency exit to go through just to have a puff- even when I don’t necessarily need one,
-At work, I will see what I have to do, then in my mind, make a pre-empted decision to have a smoke at a certain interval
-Just about every time I get into the car its “spark up” time
-And basically every time I get comfortable to watch a movie or something like that, you guessed it; smoke time!

That’s allot of smoking. Costing me allot of money too!

How do you break mental addictions as big as these? Oh, and after I post this, guess what? I’m going out for a smoke!!

From my perspective (I quit cold turkey, no patches or gum, etc.): You have to be ready. You have to want to stop. In fact, you kind of have to be beyond the point of saying “How can I quit” and be more like “How can I keep doing this to myself”. Lots of people never reach this point, or if they do it’s only because they have emphysema or heart disease. You have to REALLY want to stop, and that desire to stop has to be GREATER than the desire to smoke EVERY TIME for the first couple of weeks. After a big meal, you have to want to stay quit. Stressed out? You have to want to stay quit. Just got done fucking and want to light up? You have to want to stay quit. All these instances your desire to stay quit has to be stronger than your desire to smoke. It’s a tremendous pain in the ass. There are lots of little things you can do, like breaking up your routines. Places and times where you would normally smoke should be avoided. This can be really tough if not impossible but really helps even if you can only do it a little. I am using toothpicks, sunflower seeds, lollipops, candy canes, big cocks (just playin’), and they help that hand to mouth thing. NONE of these things satisfy your desire completely and you still find yourself wanting to say “fuck it” and burn one. You own desire to quit is what will prevail (or not). Also, I’ve read in many places that it takes people a few tries to quit. I hope that’s not the case with me.

Also, no disrespect to those that DO smoke. There are some in this thread that say that smoking doesn’t seem to bother them sexually or otherwise. Awesome, I wish I were you in that regard. I’m not slamming smokers, just telling this guy what I’ve experienced and read because he asked.


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d

Best way is to get informed. I did plenty of reading on the subject of quiting beforehand and then prepare yourself. A good place to start with is http://whyquit.com

Start making a list of why you want to quit. Start changing your routines. For example, have breakfast, then shower or vice versa. Clean your teeth more often especially when an urge to burn occurs. Be prepared to physically and mentally combat all urges, give yourself the tools to do it.

Originally Posted by slightcurve
From my perspective (I quit cold turkey, no patches or gum, etc.): You have to be ready. You have to want to stop. In fact, you kind of have to be beyond the point of saying “How can I quit” and be more like “How can I keep doing this to myself”. Lots of people never reach this point, or if they do it’s only because they have emphysema or heart disease. You have to REALLY want to stop, and that desire to stop has to be GREATER than the desire to smoke EVERY TIME for the first couple of weeks. After a big meal, you have to want to stay quit. Stressed out? You have to want to stay quit. Just got done fucking and want to light up? You have to want to stay quit. All these instances your desire to stay quit has to be stronger than your desire to smoke. It’s a tremendous pain in the ass. There are lots of little things you can do, like breaking up your routines. Places and times where you would normally smoke should be avoided. This can be really tough if not impossible but really helps even if you can only do it a little. I am using toothpicks, sunflower seeds, lollipops, candy canes, big cocks (just playin’), and they help that hand to mouth thing. NONE of these things satisfy your desire completely and you still find yourself wanting to say “fuck it” and burn one. You own desire to quit is what will prevail (or not). Also, I’ve read in many places that it takes people a few tries to quit. I hope that’s not the case with me.

Also, no disrespect to those that DO smoke. There are some in this thread that say that smoking doesn’t seem to bother them sexually or otherwise. Awesome, I wish I were you in that regard. I’m not slamming smokers, just telling this guy what I’ve experienced and read because he asked.

Good advise but very hard to do.

I am going to do some research on this, but I think I saw on the news last night, that they are thinking of putting pictures of people with tongue and mouth cancer on our cigarette packets.

I seen it. It looks truly horrible. Scabs and shit on the tongue and lips. I think if this happens, people will smoke less. I can usually look at shit like that, but that kind of thing staring you in the face every time you buy a packet, with information like “smoking increases risk blah blah x 4” I feel this could be the most affective tool yet!!


d_sutuous

Aah..

I searched long and hard for this forum, almost 10 seconds, but it’s an age old question that has bothered me. How come no one has posted any easy answers?


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