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 Sick 5 year old, what do you think it is?
He has a doctors appointment tomorrow, but Im looking for opinions of what you think could be wrong with him
It all started today, he started running a fever around 101.5 and has had it all day. ...


 How do you get the smell of cigarette smoke out off your car COMPLETELY?
It stinks and I need to get rid of the smell FAST!!!
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Soz, I ment - How do you get the smell of cigarette smoke out 'of' your car COMPLETELY?...


 Does anyone know if headaches are caused by tumors?
I get headaches frequently and last I went to the doctors which was about 7-8 years ago, I was told I get heat headaches and that was the end of it. Now I'm getting the headaches a little more ...


 ive had a constant headache for 6 days now paracetamol doesnt work and its the same when i wake up any advice?
Im generaly healthy and eat well lots of fruit and water sometimes its that bad i feel really light headed, ive missed lectures and had to leave work early cause of the pain. I get interuped sleep ...


 i may be pregnant and have a head cold what can i take? i have a cough sneezing and a bad headache? thanks !!?
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 My Dad quit smoking!!!?
In a couple weeks my Dad will not have smoked a cigarette in one year!! This is a big accomplishment for him because he smoked for 30+ years. I want to get him a gift that says I'm proud of him. ...


 Why is it that I can't sleep on my day off from work? And yet I can't get out of bed when I'm working??
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 Does anyone have good ideas to help quit smoking?
I have about 4 or 5 cigarettes left, and do not want to buy another pack. Does anyone have any ideas? Help, it's getting expensive!...


 What itch on your body, do you find the most satisfying to scratch?
Also do you know what makes us itch? Just had an itch on my ear, felt so good itching it....


 I'm Sleeping in to Long...?
well im not gunna lie, i get to bed late almost every night, and sometimes so do my friends, but they dont have a problem getting up in the morning, i sleep in till like 1:00 pm every day and i dont ...


 omg, is this nasty.........?
Okay, so this guy I like asked for a pic. And I was like "i feel icky right now. Tomorrow?"
and he said "take a shower then" and i said "i take my showers in the morning&...


 is it even possible...?
i was just watching something on TV and there was this chick with finger nails 3 ft long!!! is that even possible? or did makeup people glue stuff on her fingers?...


 I SLEEP upto 11 hours sometimes and i'm 16. Is this too much?
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 why do you we yawn?
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 I'm building a bomb shelter in my house, what medicine should i have and how much can i expect to spend?
How much would it cost to but enough medicine for ten people, a wide gammit of medicine, about a clinic's worth of medicine for 10 people. I would imagine that the medicine would have to be ...


 help me...i'm worried?
i'm pretty young and recently my poop has been coming out with blood...i'm really worried and think something is wrong...does anyone knows what it could be?
PLEASE HELP...


 i sleep too much ?
I sleep too much, and when i sleep i can't feel a thing, i wake up and i have 90-100 missed calls ! is this normal ? how can i change that ?...


 Should I go to the doctors?
I have an ear infection and cannot hear a word my wife is saying. Should I go to the doctors?

Let the people decide.
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As she watched me post this question, I...


 Do you sleep well? What is good for sleeping well?
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 I'm stopping smoking on 1st Feb?
i have chosen this date with the help of the paul mcKenner CD i have been listening to the first part of it for the past 2wks and i feel more positive now about stopping, on the 1st feb i will be a ...



King_Of_1993
How do I quit smoking?
                      








ManBearPig
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you grow a pair and stop buying cigs


jw_ak
Find something else to occupy your hands and mouth with.


Mike Hunt
Don't smoke?

However if you have no will power and can't do it own your own, developing lung cancer or having a heart attack either followed by death is a sure way to never smoke again.


Stay-healthy
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I think this is one of your best decisions. You must know what are the advantages of quitting:
http://www.knowabouthealth.com/cigarette-smoking-is-injurious-for-your-health/

This will keep you motivated throughout. My friend was chain smoker and he quit. He use to say, just be mentally strong and you can do it. Here are some tips that helped him:
http://www.knowabouthealth.com/8-easy-tips-to-quit-obsessive-smoking/


nana4141
http://antoine.frostburg.edu/chem/senese/101/features/anandamide.shtml


Zack
Make a major change in your life.
Get into to fitness.
Get a girlfriend.
Get a dog.
Go to school.
Get a second job.

Making a change in your lifestyle is the key to quiting. I got into fitness, got a non-smoking girlfriend and started to go to school and I don't think about smoking anymore I live a busy enough life that I'm stimulated by other things enough to forget about it.


Lixo
You can try reading stories on this website to get some ideas
http://www.detoxinsider.com/testimonial.php?gid=95

Success stories on people who managed to quit smoking


chileanbabe
gum helps when u get disire n brushing ur teeth!!!!
n type smokers lung n then non smoker lung!!!! find the pics!!!! crazy diffrence good luck!


nadie
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when i was a missionary for my church we'd help people quit smoking. there are a number of steps in the program we used. you quit cold turkey and then they were to be followed strictly for 7 days, which is the length it takes for the nicotene to get out of your system...after that, apply what steps work for you because then it's all psychological. i can't remember them all, but here are some:

1. eat breakfast
2. drink grapefruit juice
3. keep vegetable and fruit snacks available at all times
4. take vitamin C
5. brush your teeth three times a day
6. use mouthwash and keep a small bottle with you
7. tell your friends and people around you...if you can trust them
8. pray for help
9. take 5 deep breaths
10. don't drink coffee, alcohol or whatever else it is you drink while you smoke
11. go for a walk...shopping, exercising, play sports...something to get the jitters out.
12. drink enough water


it's tough. i watched a lot of people do it. some succeeded, some didn't. it had a lot to do with will power and determination to quit. it is possible, though. make a mantra for yourself to chant during the hardest times.


Maddie
dont start in the first place, or go talk 2 someone before it kills u........


john r
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Nicotine Anonymous is a Non-Profit 12 Step Fellowship of men and women helping each other live nicotine-free lives. Nicotine Anonymous welcomes all those seeking freedom from nicotine addiction, including those using cessation programs and nicotine withdrawal aids. The primary purpose of Nicotine Anonymous is to help all those who would like to cease using tobacco and nicotine products in any form. The Fellowship offers group support and recovery using the 12 Steps as adapted from Alcoholics Anonymous to achieve abstinence from nicotine.


neisancafe
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try the stop smoking coach ds game

no joke


aizawasuki
exercise, start living a healthy lifestyle.
keep it mind that most girls don't like that.


Wizard of Oz
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Go at it cold turkey! (not actual turkey if you don't know the expression it means that you just give up and don't smoke and resist the urges then all of a sudden hopefully you will have given up on them)


gkpus
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Here are 12 techniques that will help you quit smoking......
1. Deep Breathing Perhaps The Single Most Powerful And Important Technique: Every time you want a cigarette, do the following. Do it three times.
Inhale the deepest lung-full of air you can, and then, very slowly, exhale. Purse your lips so that the air must come out slowly. As you exhale, close your eyes, and let your chin gradually sink over onto your chest. Visualize all the tension leaving your body, slowly draining out of your fingers and toes, just flowing on out.
This is a variation of a yoga technique and is very relaxing. If you practice this, you'll be able to use it for any future stressful situation you find yourself in. And it will be your greatest weapon during the strong cravings sure to assault you over the first few days.
2. Taking In Fluids:
The first few days, drink LOTS of water and fluids to help flush out the nicotine and other poisons from your body.
Remember that the urge to smoke only lasts a few minutes, and will then pass. The urges gradually become farther and farther apart as the days go by.
3. Stay Away From Alcohol, Sugar And Coffee
Do your very best to stay away from alcohol, sugar and coffee the first week or longer, as these tend to stimulate the desire for a cigarette. Avoid fatty foods, as your metabolism will slow down a bit without the nicotine, and you may gain weight even if you eat the same amount as before quitting. So discipline about diet is extra important now. No one ever said acquiring new habits would be easy!
Stretch out your meals; eat slowly and wait a bit between bites.
After dinner, instead of a cigarette, treat yourself to a cup of mint tea or a peppermint candy.
4.Taking An Oral Substitute
One can use cinnamon sticks, chewing gum or artificial cigarettes as a substitute. You will mostly find that after the first week of being a non smoker, you wouldn’t even need these.
5. Get Exercising
Go to a gym, sit in the steam, exercise. Change your normal routine – take time to walk or even jog around the block or in the local park.
6.Pamper Yourself
Go ahead and join a Sahajayoga Centers in or take a long bath - pamper yourself. Get yourself involved in a hobby.
7. Ask For Support
Ask for support from co-workers, friends and family members. Ask for their tolerance.. Take a chance - try it and see!
Ask friends and family members not to smoke in your presence. Don't be afraid to ask. This is more important than you may realize.
8. Destroy All Your Cigarettes
On your quit day, hide all ashtrays and destroy all your cigarettes, preferably with water, so no part of them is smokeable.
9. Write It Down
Write down ten good things about being a nonsmoker - and then write out ten bad things about smoking. Do it. It really helps.
10. Don’t Pretend
Don't pretend smoking wasn't enjoyable – it was. This is like losing a good friend – and it's okay to grieve the loss. Feel that grief, don't worry, it's okay. Feel, and you heal. Stay with it - you can do it!
11. Affirm Yourself
Silently repeating the affirmation "I am a nonsmoker" will help you change your view of yourself, and, even if it may seem silly to you, this is actually useful. Use it!
12. Holding Out
However, it's vital to understand that from time to time, you will still be suddenly overwhelmed with a desire for "just one cigarette." This will happen unexpectedly, during moments of stress, whether negative stress or positive (at a party, or on vacation). If you are unprepared to resist, succumbing to that "one cigarette" will lead you directly back to smoking.
Remember the following secret: in these surprise attacks during Phase 2 - and they will definitely come - do your deep breathing, and hold on for five minutes, and the urge will pass..


me
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have you talked to your doctor??


Ga®®idon™
Fill out your own two weeks notice, and smoke one cig less each day for that 2 weeks, and commit to yourself you wont smoke at all after the 2 weeks no matter what, and exercise self control.


Steffen
Count the number of cigarettes you currently smoke per day. Tomorrow, count out that number and remove one. Don't smoke any more than those you've set out. Do this every day, reducing the number by one or one-half (destroy the other half) per day. If you're a heavy smoker, that's perhaps only a 1-2% reduction in nicotine per day - nothing you'll miss too much.

That will reduce your nicotine dependence quite a bit. You'll still be hard-pressed to stop completely, but it's a lot less willpower to cut out 5 per day than 50.


aSmoking.com
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Hello!

Here is lot of ways how to do it. It can be nicotine replacement therapy, laser therapy, nlp, hypnosis, cold turkey method, pills and other methods. You can read about all currently existing methods at http://www.asmoking.com/
But please note what mostly help not meds, mostly help your wish and your selfmotivation. All this methods only lower your nicotine addiction.


Roslyn
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buy some nicorette gum or a nicotine patch


kastaguy
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lots and lots of other distractions!!


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