[geeks] comments welcome
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Mon Feb 25 18:26:56 CST 2002
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I used to get those when I had less then normal amounts of caffeine
in a day, but have learnt to have at least three glasses of pure
distilled water in the day, which helps clean the pipes out a bit.
This, I hope, will help when/if I ever decide to quit drinking a 2
litre of Mountain Dew(albeit CDN dew, not US Dew), or at least lessen
that to a smaller quantity over a higher length of time.
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From: "Kurt Mosiejczuk" <kurt at csh.rit.edu>
To: <geeks at sunhelp.org>
Sent: Monday, February 25, 2002 1:56 PM
Subject: RE: [geeks] comments welcome
> On Mon, 25 Feb 2002, Fogg, James wrote:
> > Unfortunately, the nicotine will be the hard one. If you fail,
> > just quit again. I know several former smokers and they all had
> > to try repeatedly.
> That was one great lesson I pulled out of a psychology class.
> Habits are things we fall back into. Quitting a bad habit is
> difficult, and odds are you WILL fail to quit "cold turkey".
> Don't freak out about it, quit again. Each time it will be easier
> to quit again, even if you fall back. Eventually the "quit"
> behavior will be the habit, and you won't do the bad habit any
> I'd recommend not going totally cold turkey on the caffeine. Or at
> least go ahead and have one cup of coffee/tea/soda when you've got
> that god-awful caffeine headache. I just dumped the caffeine last
> weekend... although I had the "I'd-rather-be-dead" flu to help =)
> GEEKS: http://www.sunhelp.org/mailman/listinfo/geeks
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