quitting smoking

December 31, 2008 12:41pm CST
Many medical health review and magazines, and even commercial ones, concede that the tar and carbon monoxide and other poisonous gasses emitted by cigarettes are the elements that harm the body, especially the lungs. Nevertheless, it is acknowledged that it is the nicotine that keeps the smoker hooked/addicted despite the adverse and deleterious effects of cigarettes. Does someone know whether the normal functions of the body would be restored to their pre-smoking conditions after a smoker has quit the habit?
1 response
@sadsad75 (96)
• Philippines
7 Aug 10
I just quit smoking the other day. It feels great. I can breathe easily now. Before my lungs feels very heavy and i feel that i can't breathe easily. But now i feel great. If you want to stop smoking. Stop it right now. Smoking is very bad to your health, that's why i stopped:), and it's bad for other people around you. So quit smoking right NOW! :)