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    I've stopped for 8 months now. No drugs or eCigs, just threw my last box away and that was that. So in my experience while the drugs may help, they are only a small fraction of the battle, it's down to sheer will power and discipline
    Also, don't say, "I will quit at the end of the month, or next week, or after this next exam..." Quit NOW and stop fooling yourself. monitorów LCD, LED, Plazm oraz zwykłych kineskopowych (CRT) wszystkich firm (Samsung, Manta, Panasonic, Sony, LG, Philips, Hitachi, Clatronic oraz wielu innych...). Między innymi zajmujemy się wymianą zbitych lub uszkodzonych matryc, naprawą matryc, naprawą zasilaczy, inwerterów. Nasza firma posiada stały dostęp do części, co pozwala nam na szybką oraz profesjonalną naprawę telewizora. Zapoznaj się z naszą ofertą. Posiadamy duże doświadczenie w naprawach tego typu sprzętu gdyż prowadzimy serwis już od 20 lat ! Podejmiemy się naprawy każdego telewizora na terenie Wrocławia i okolic. Nasza firma działa wyjazdowo do klienta, więc nie trzeba nigdzie zawozić zepsutego sprzętu, wystarczy zadzwonić do nas, a my przyjedziemy o dogodnej dla Państwa porze. Naprawa i serwis telewizorów Wrocław - solidne usługi z wieloletnim doświadczeniem. Jeżeli posiadasz zepsuty telewizor LCD, LED lub Plazma, który nie nadaje się do naprawy lub koszt naprawy przekracza jego wartość skontaktuj się z nami, a my ocenimy jego wartość oraz zaproponujemy cenę skupu. Na terenie Wrocławia możemy odebrać zepsuty sprzęt osobiście, zapewnimy transport oraz po kontakcie telefonicznym dogodny termin odbioru, oferuje recykling uszkodzonych telewizorów LCD, LED, Plazma. Wykonujemy naprawy pogwarancyjne wszystkich marek telewizorów LCD, LED oraz Plazma. Posiadamy duży zasób podzespołów oraz oprzyrządowanie niezbędne do wykonania szybkich i profesjonalnych napraw. Większość usług wykonywanych jest w domu u klienta co skraca czas naprawy i obniża koszty usługi. Zajmujemy się także wymianą matryc w telewizorach LCD oraz LED. W ofercie posiadamy matryce o rozmiarach takich jak 26", 32", 37", 42", 46", 52". Cena matrycy zależy od wielkości oraz rodzaju matrycy, przykładowa cena matrycy HD-Ready 32" z montażem wynosi 350 PLN. Wymiany matryc dokonujemy wyłącznie w serwisie. Wykonujemy naprawy pogwarancyjne wszystkich marek monitorów LCD oraz LED. Średni koszt naprawy monitora wynosi od 100 do 150 PLN. Wykonujemy usługi wyjazdowe na terenie Wrocławia i okolic (do 10 km), zapewniamy transport w przypadku naprawy w serwisie. Serwis wyjazdowy działa w godzinach od 14.00 do 20.00. Na wykonane usługi udzielamy gwarancji 3 miesięcy na naprawę telewizora oraz 6 miesięcy na wymianę matrycy LCD. Gwarancja nie obejmuje uszkodzeń mechanicznych matrycy lub uszkodzeń dokonanych z winy użytkownika. Jak dostarczyć do nas telewizor w celu wymiany matrycy lub naprawy ? Aby dostarczyć do nas telewizor mogą Państwo zrobić to osobiście dostarczając telewizor bezpośrednio do serwisu lub do punktu przyjęć sprzętu. Mogą Państwo także skorzystać z firmy kurierskiej - telewizor powinien być zapakowany w oryginalny karton lub opakowanie zastępcze. Średni koszt przesyłki to od 50 - 60 PLN. Naprawa, serwis telewizorów LCD, LED, plazma, kineskopowe. Naprawa wszystkich marek: Samsung, Sharp, Panasonic, Sony, LG i inne. Uczciwość, wieloletnie doświadczenie i fachowość. Bezpłatny dojazd do klienta. Obszar działalności: Wrocław i do 15 km na południe od Wrocławia. 90% napraw odbywa się w ciągu 3 do 24 godzin od zgłoszenia. diagnoza awarii gratis lub 50 zł w przypadku rezygnacji z naprawy
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    Quote Originally Posted by VonPickle View Post
    I've stopped for 8 months now. No drugs or eCigs, just threw my last box away and that was that. So in my experience while the drugs may help, they are only a small fraction of the battle, it's down to sheer will power and discipline.

    Also, don't say, "I will quit at the end of the month, or next week, or after this next exam..." Quit NOW and stop fooling yourself.
    Agreed. The tablets are in no way a miracle. They purely there just to help in the first few weeks. Your success will come from your determination and think that's where people fail. They assume the tablets will make them quit rather than just aid them.

    Champix might be the same as chantix not sure.


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    Today is the 2nd day of going cold turkey for me... back at work so it's especially tempting to go out for one of my regular smoke breaks... :/

    Going on a full detox so gonna cut back on drinking and eating unhealthy as well... hopefully at least 1 of these things should stick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grimspoon View Post
    I used stress as an excuse, but what a poor excuse as starting again in fact put even more stress on me.
    Its that damn tenant! Tell him to gtfo! LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by tcat View Post
    Is champix a tablet and what is the dosage?
    Have exactly one pack left in my pocket - I hope I never buy another pack again..
    It's a tablet but you need to set a quit date from 7 to 14 days of starting the course (although someone I know stopped earlier - not advised by "experts").
    Starts off with 1 tab once a day to one in the morning and one in the evening evening - costs R200 per 2 weeks and the course is for 12 weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grimspoon View Post
    Ok heres my story:

    Smoked for 10 odd years, quit for 4 years and fall off the horse and started again. Fortunately enough I quickly realised what an absolute retard I was for putting a cig back in my mouth.

    I used stress as an excuse, but what a poor excuse as starting again in fact put even more stress on me.

    I decided that I ruined something good and was determined to quit. Luckily I had only been back on 20 a day for about 2 months so I hadn't left it for another 10 years.

    I saw my doc which prescribed a new drug called Champix and let me tell you it works. It suppresses the urge to smoke considerably and helps you in the initial phase of your quit.

    The first time I quit I was on Zyban and let me tell you that stuff is the devils chewing gum, so weird stuff happened to me on that stuff. It really did help though, but I was frightened to death on the stuff.

    My old man had a minor stroke last week and the doc basically told him if he doesn't quit he will die. So I am trying my best to get him on Champix with the hope he will quit.

    Bottom line is you really have to want to quit and be determined and you will do it!

    The drugs are not a miracle, they just help you through the withdraws and allow you to cope better.

    I would really encourage anyone really keen to kick the habit for good to consult your Dr and try out Champix, they really do work and coupled with determination you CAN quit.

    I have now not smoked for close on a week, not much yeah, but I will never touch another cigarette, cigar, cigarillo, hubbly or any other form of smoking paraphernalia, ever again

    I hope this encourages at least one other person to consider the options and quit. It really is rewarding beyond words.
    Nice post Grimspoon - I foresee many quitters from this

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grimspoon View Post
    Ok heres my story:

    Smoked for 10 odd years, quit for 4 years and fall off the horse and started again. Fortunately enough I quickly realised what an absolute retard I was for putting a cig back in my mouth.
    Ok heres my story:

    Smoked since I was 13. I’m now 57. Never stopped, never had health problems. I love it. You always have a light for the braai while all the non smokers pat their pockets and look sheepish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Palimino View Post
    Ok heres my story:

    Smoked since I was 13. I’m now 57. Never stopped, never had health problems. I love it. You always have a light for the braai while all the non smokers pat their pockets and look sheepish.
    Thats good to know. Hope you can go through life smoking and not have any problems!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingBel View Post
    Today is the 2nd day of going cold turkey for me... back at work so it's especially tempting to go out for one of my regular smoke breaks... :/

    Going on a full detox so gonna cut back on drinking and eating unhealthy as well... hopefully at least 1 of these things should stick.

    Good for you mate. Keep it up! Just stick with it, it really is worth it!

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    Its that damn tenant! Tell him to gtfo! LOL
    Haha, tell me about it! He is on his way out soon.

    Quote Originally Posted by OldGoat View Post
    Nice post Grimspoon - I foresee many quitters from this
    Well I hope it helps at least one person to quit. That will be good enough for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by D3x! View Post
    wow congrats to you guys, i want to quit for my health but at the same time don't want to if you know what i mean.
    I know what you mean.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Korn1 View Post
    I know what you mean.
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    You can do it chaps, seriously. Mind of matter. Its hard yeah, but the rewards at the end of the day are incalculable.

    What helped me was the thought of having a smoke and thinking "wtf am I actually doing? I am not even enjoying this"

    You have to bring yourself back to those moments when you are absolutely disgusted with the smoke and can't figure out why you even doing it.

    Obviously when you quit, all you can think of is that first rush, the first drag, but by the end of the smoke where are you? No where really.

    Sounds weird, but its just a mindset you have to try adopt.

    Another mind set you have to adopt and I think a lot of people make this mistake, they say "I am going to try quit from xxxx date" Big no no. You have already set yourself up for failure with the "I will try"

    You have to convince yourself and say "I WILL quit on xxxx date no matter what!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by D3x! View Post
    wow congrats to you guys, i want to quit for my health but at the same time don't want to if you know what i mean.
    Indeed, I love it and hate it

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    sheesh .. almost done with day 2 of Cold Turkey Quitting (CTQ)... and I am struggling big time... got the shakes... feeling nauseous .. headache approaching...

    Think my best course of action would be to go home, get into bed and try to sleep through the cravings. O.o

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingBel View Post
    sheesh .. almost done with day 2 of Cold Turkey Quitting (CTQ)... and I am struggling big time... got the shakes... feeling nauseous .. headache approaching...

    Think my best course of action would be to go home, get into bed and try to sleep through the cravings. O.o
    Good on ya, try keep it up.

    That's where the Champix helps, with these terrible side effects of quitting. But hang in there, a few days and you will be feeling better and on your way to freedom

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