Today I am 33 days nicotine free, and I'm a total basketcase! I've been doing great up until this point. I'm not sure what is going on right now. I don't know what is triggering these cravings. It must be something subconcious, that I am totaly unaware of. It started last night and the cravings were so strong that I thought I would explode from all of the tension and emotions. Normally when I get strong urges I can find something to do and it takes my mind off of it. I can't even occupy myself to get through this! I went to bed last night thinking maybe I was just tired and things would be better in the morning. Well they weren't better this morning. I woke up feeling as bad as I did when I went to sleep. I am shaking all over, I can't think strait, I can't breathe, I feel like I'm loosing my mind. I have tried all day to get my mind off of smoking and to get myself unfer control, but nothing is helping! I don't understand why this is happening now. I didn't let my guard down. I have been reading the forums daily in order to stay on top of my game. Is it normal to have such a hard time after a month without nicotine? This is the hardest time I have had and I hope it gets better soon, because even though I am totally commited to not smoking, I just don't know how much longer I can handle feeling like this. I know I keep reading that things will get better, but how much worse do they have to get first? The cravings seem to last forever and never ending!