Smoking Strikes Back to You!
January 11, 2019 10:03pm CST
During my days working in the hospital, I had seen some of my patients who are inflicted with different types of carcinoma or cancer and it is related to smoking cigarettes. Sometimes ex-smokers will still have the bad effects of it, despite stopping to smoke. It is because the damaged lungs' cells were irreversible, that depends on how long they've been dependent on smoking. It is not guaranteed that you are saved or be fine after quitting it. However, we still need to cut it off to prevent from having secondary complications. 'Do you smoke? If yes, how many sticks of cigarettes you puff per day?' If no, how will you encourage smokers to stop smoking?' Image Credit: i.gifer.com
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You are young, you can do it!! I'm 64 and smoked 40 years. I'm just waiting for Medicare to kick in to find out just how much damage it did--my insurance was cancelled when the ACA passed and insurance prices soared. Tests are too costly for me. But..you will quit when you are ready and not before. I just happened to be ready after 40 years. I tried to quit before but didn't really want to. I hope you will quit. Even though you're not a heavy smoker, it still damages your lungs and other organs.