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CigArrest to Stop Smoking Compliment - Great success with CigArrest

Review by GlennKawesch on 2006-12-27
DALLAS, TEXAS -- Hello - I have had a smoking problem for a long time. I have recently tried CigArrest and have had positive results. My cravings are gone and it appears CigArrest is going to work for me. I read alot before I tried it and saw some people had trouble with customer service. I have not had trouble and didn't see how this mattered if CigArrest worked or not. I mean, if CigArrest worked for them but they had a problem with customer service then it doesn't really make sense cuz CigArrest worked. I understand they may have company problem but the product is great. CigArrest is working for me!
Comments:9 Replies - Latest reply on 2006-12-28
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-12-27:
Glenn, I stopped smoking in the past for 9 1/2 years, and, recently picked the habit up again(1 1/2 years ago). If you could give more details on this product, I would really appreciate it!
Posted by Slimjim on 2006-12-27:
Thanks Glenn for posting this. A review like this is far more valuable to consumers than someone's who got cold fries or a drippy sandwich at McDonald's. I myself am smoke free from using the Bravo Smokes method. I am giving it a long wait to see if I really have quit for good before I write a review here also (just in case).
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-12-27:
Glenn, congratulations and if that stuff help's you then I will promote it when ever and where ever I can. It took me two hart attacks to stop, how stupid it that!
emt, you can do it!!!!!!
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-12-27:
Lidman, I still can't believe I started smoking after 9 1/2 years. I then again stopped for a month.

Slimjim, keep it up, it's worth it!!(you'll breathe better)
Posted by Shakra on 2006-12-28:
It's strange...I tried cold turkey the first time I tried to quit. That lasted 7 months. The next time, I tried the patch. That lasted 1 1/2 years. I tried two other times with the patch and never could get it stick.

I had to have surgery (non-smoke related) and knew I was going to be in the hospital for a few days. I haven't smoked since and that was 2 1/2 years ago. You're not going to quit until you feel it's right.

emt_c - one smoke and you're back to the drawing board. Thankfully, I ended up being very allergic to smoke so I have incentive to never touch a cigarette again.
Posted by tander on 2006-12-28:
I quit smoking 6 years ago using the patch, but one thing I learned from my previous attempts is to not give into it at all. I see where people say their quitting but they're still smoking one or two a day, but those two you have just make it so you want more. Good luck on your quitting smoking and I hope your successful at it!
Posted by tander on 2006-12-28:
EMT, would you mind telling me what made you start again. Any helpful advice on this nasty habit is useful.
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-12-28:
emt_c, you are way too cool to smoke. I quit cold turkey many years ago although to be fair I had other destructive habits (clean now for 160 days woo woo) but anyway I'm with lidman... you can do it!!!
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-12-28:
Lol, slim, tell us all again how you smoke lettuce and salad!

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