Quiting smoking is one of the hardest things to do. I know, I was a smoker for 10 odd years and I was a Physical Training Instructor in the army (terrible example for the troops). Giving up the smokes is not impossible and a challenge you should take now. Don't wait for your 10kg weight drop.
We have a number triggers that stimulate our need for a smoke. You need to remove as many as possible.
What to do.
Get rid of the phone for a few days. If you have the support get someone to take a message for you or ask friends and family not to call for the weekend
Do not have a big lunch or dinner, just have little healthy snacks.
Try and sleep, go to bed early and sleep, ask your chemist or doctor about taking a calmative such as Mersyndol.
Next is to drink lots of water, this will help the body flush the toxins, toxins if they are not flushed from the body will be stored in a fat cell.
I can offer more advice, but will wait for your further interest
Dane a personal trainer since 1991. A highly trained specialist Jungle, Desert and Counter Terrorism infantry soldier of 12 years. From combat operations in Iraq to winning extreme multisport races, his experience in pushing the limits of the mind and body puts him ahead of the rest and the best trainer for Forced Results!!!!
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