Posted September 05, 2018 04:31:17 When I started smoking cigarettes, there was no pipes.
As I grew older, I became increasingly aware of the fact that my lungs were not designed to receive and deliver nicotine.
I was exposed to the toxins from cigarette smoke every day and had to deal with chronic bronchitis and pneumonia.
Smoking was not my only exposure to toxic chemicals in tobacco smoke.
As a result, I developed a strong and persistent preference for tobacco products.
As the years passed, the amount of nicotine that I could inhale and exhale became increasingly limited.
After a few months, I was hooked.
As it turned out, nicotine addiction is an addictive behavior that can develop quickly.
I now have more than 30 years of smoking experience, and I am convinced that it is not possible to smoke cigarettes forever.
If you want to quit smoking, I recommend a few simple steps: Find a good smoking cessation program that helps you quit and help you manage your addiction.
If the program is not good enough for you, it might not be for anyone else.
You will not be able to quit once you are out of smoking.
It is important to learn the facts about nicotine and tobacco.
Get help to quit.