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Stop smoking - A smoker who goes into coma for a long time when you wake up has lost the desire to smoke?
Italy
November 30, 2008 10:27am CST
Is well know that the nicotine takes about 8 days toleave the bloodstream, thus moving, in theory, the urge to smoke. Thinking of his statement came to me in mind, I do not know for that reson, a person who goes into coma. And immediately I was raised a quetion: a smoker who goes into coma for a long time when you wake up has lost the desire to smoke?
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@dragon54u (31184)
• United States
30 Nov 08
I would think the physical craving would be gone but it's the psychological craving that really prevents most smokers from quitting. I know, I'm a smoker and I've tried a lot of things. Right now I'm on a behavior modification program of my own and I've cut way down to the point where I can stop very soon. The physical cravings are nearly gone, but psychological triggers are still there.
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• Philippines
30 Nov 08
true. I hate the fact that I crave for smoke not because of nicotine. I hope I can find a way to change a thought about smoking so I can quit.
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@stephcjh (32385)
• United States
1 Dec 08
I'm not really sure because I have not been affected by that. I hope I never am. I smoke but I could quit if I really wanted to do so. I just enjoy it right now though.
• India
30 Nov 08
well this is a really new concept to me as i never heard of what you have said earlier from anyways .. but maybe this is the way it works for the smokers. anyways, you have a really good question.
@goopss (140)
• Gibraltar
30 Nov 08
this discussion reminded about the quote "Giving up smoking is very easy, because i had gave up for more than thousand times" said by professional smoker looks funny isn't it? happy mylotting
@heero1103 (322)
• Philippines
30 Nov 08
Hmm, maybe it is true. So, should we put all the smokers into a coma? I bet it would be a good idea.