Reasons To Quit Smoking
You, as a smoker, might be wondering about the reasons to quit smoking. There are numerous
when you quit, but the most important one is your
If you are around the late 30's in age then now is the best time to stop.
You are at that age where your health is starting to decrease. Your body does not respond the same way it used to. You start feeling pain in parts of your body that you never thought existed.
Wrinkles start to show on your face making you look older than you really are. The smoke from the cigarette deprives your skin of oxygen and intensifies the wrinkles in your face.
You are also exposing your body to the
effects of smoking.
The older you get, the harder it is for your body to rejuvenate itself.
The toxins from the smoke accumulate in your body, and your body is unable to eliminate them. That's when the things really get bad.
At this age, you should be planning for the next 10 years. Where and how do you want to live 10 years from now? Are there things that you haven't done yet, but you still want to do them? These are the things that you should be planning.
Is it fun looking for your insurance papers to go the doctors to get diagnosed with some disease or health complication? I'm sure that you would much prefer to spend your time doing fun things instead of sitting around at some hospital or getting some treatment. This is why I decided to quit.
Now, if you are in your teens and early twenties, then you should be thinking and planning your quit smoking strategy. I know and understand the reasons people smoke when they are young.
I was young when I started to smoke and I can relate to
when they choose to smoke. You might think that because you are young that you are not exposed to the same health risks as older smokers.
That is not the case. I've seen youngsters develop
because of smoking.
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