By the time we realize that smoking is a bad habit and we must give it up, we are already addicted. The reason I say we is because even though I am not addicted to smoking, I know what addiction is. Read more
It is pretty difficult to quit a long-time habit without experiencing a relapse. There may be some who are able to drop a bad habit like a hot potato, but they certainly aren’t the majority. Smoking is one of those challenges many people struggle with. Smoking is a very dangerous habit to keep, but many become slaves to the habit. A smoking habit holds the ability to drain finances and compromise health. Even if a person struggles to break it, it still is worth the fight. There are plenty of ways to kick a smoking habit to the curb forever. Consider these tactics. Read more
Life After Smoking!
Every organ in your body will suffer from the effects of inhaling the poisonous toxins every cigarette holds inside. It is not easy to quit smoking, but it can be done. There are a variety of little helpers on the market which can assist in controlling the initial cravings to light up! Read more
Do you smoke? If you don’t, you are a lucky one, believe me, but if your answer is yes than you are like me. A smoker! Read more
First off, I’m not a smoker. I haven’t abstained from the activity entirely. Knowing smokers, I’ve had a few just to join them as we hung out. Not many tried to quit, but one kept trying and failing. Read more
The hardest place in the world to quit smoking is Europe! Smoking has developed into such a social norm, a brand of cigarette someone smokes can tell you a lot about a person. Read more
One of the leading cause of health problem in the world today is smoking. Many people find it difficult to quit because they are used in it. I’ve known some user who really found it difficult to quit but somehow they become successful in kicking this habit. Read more
So you are in the process of quitting smoking, and it sure isn’t easy! Here are three reasons why taking up or increasing daily exercise will help. Read more
In January of 2011, I had developed a heart condition known as atrial fibrillation. As I prepared to go in for my first internal x-rays, I was so scared the results would reveal my 28 + years of smoking by way of charred lungs and blackened ventricles. I decided on that day to quit smoking cold turkey. Read more
I wish I could tell you a story of victory, of a life that’s not wasted and gone by.
But I think this battle’s been lost, I’m slowly wasting good bye. Read more