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  • 10 hours ago

    ATTENTION: WebMD Message Boards to be Discontinued

    After careful consideration we have decided to close our Message Boards on Thursday, July 30. If you would like to save any resources or information that you have stored on the boards, please make sure to copy it before the above date. We thank you for your participation and support through the years, and encourage you to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to continue to connect with the WebMD community and get our latest health and wellness information.
  • 3 days ago

    Herbal Vaporizing

    Im type 1 diabetic and was wondering if herbal vaporizing (not by combusion) affect leg and hand circulation? i did my research and there's hardly anything about this topic. i know that smoking cigarettes and e-cigs that work with coil and combustion do affect circulation but what about herbal vaporizers?
  • 5 days ago

    Quit again 4 days ago.

    Hi, I’m glad WebMD has this stop smoking message board for me to lean on and to have a place to be accountable and to go to when I need to talk through this. I had stopped smoking before for about 10 years but fighting for my daughter (still fighting) in a horrible still ongoing custody battle with an Alienating Parent that has Alienated my daughter from me 7-1/2 years ago ended up with me reaching for my drug fix of nicotine/cigarette after not seeing my daughter at month 7 and of course it got....
  • 11 days ago

    Soon I want to go to the casino

    Folks, soon I would like to go with my friends to our local casino, but I know that a lot of people are smoking there , and this annoys me, because usually I have a sore throat at the next day... Sorry, but I would like to ask you what to do as I don't want to refuse my friends...
  • 12 days ago

    trying to finally quit

    For the first 25 years of my life, I didn't smoke. Then I started around the age of 26 or 27 but not a heavy smoker, maybe 1 or 2 cigs a day. Then in 2005, I quit for 2 years. Then started back in 2008 due to partner dying, being a caregiver, and as a result, been smoking profusely every since. When I picked back up, the smoking increased from 1 to 2 cigs to a pack a day very fast!!! Unusually fast!! I now smoke in social situations, after eating dinner, stressful situations, bored, or studying....
  • 14 days ago

    quit smoking

    I have tried over the years to quit and the best success I had was using hypnosis. I was smoke free for 6 years and I started again because of a migraine and a stressful situation and no meds to help so I tried the only other option that I had at the time, Now knowing what I know now I wish I could turn the clock back and use essential oils(aromatherpy) and hypnosis and be smoke free again. as the aromatherpy is helping and I recommend trying it if you are wanting to quit. I am happy to help if you....
  • 1 month ago

    I only smoke if I go to the casinos

    I only smoke if I go to casinos but I love going there
  • 1 month ago

    News Flash: ‘Social Smoking’ Still Boosts Health Risks

    If you think that having an occasional cigarette in social settings is less dangerous for your heart than smoking a pack a day, think again. Click here to read more: http://wb.md/2p4HJqJ How often do you have the occasional cigarette?
  • 2 months ago

    Let's try this again only with more feeling!

    I am 1/2 German, and a pinch more Irish than English. Anyway you view it you see HOT-HEAD! Smoking did not help that issue. In fact it made it worse along with the dozens of health issues I have. Now, I've attempted and I've tried quitting in the past. Last record was 7 months smoke free. Yet I always stumble back to it like my favorite "blankie". I have COPD, but I do not have emphysema and I would like to keep it that way. And so I have officially been smoke free for 36 hours....
  • 2 months ago

    Kidney pain after quitting smoking

    I'm 6+ weeks smoke free after a 25 year cigarette habit, chewing 2mg nicotine gum once or twice a day to keep the jones off. So far, so good. I'm eating well, excercising regularly, and staying hydrated, but this week I'm getting severe kidney pain, which I've noticed before in previous, less successful quitting attempts. When I've experienced this in the past, I've had ultrasound scans performed to check for kidney stones or other obvious damage, with negative results. Anyone....