I quit smoking just over 10 years ago, and it’s been great, here are 10 of my favorite things about being an ex-smoker:
It’s mind-boggling to think how much you waste every day on cigarettes when you smoke… imagine what else you could buy. Let me show you how much you could save over different time periods based on smoking 20 cigarettes each day.
According to medicalnewstoday.com, and many other sites “Every cigarette a man smokes reduces his life by 11 minutes.”
Based on this, let’s see a rundown of how much your life span is reduced based on the number of cigarettes you smoke each day.
Just found this great site dedicated to help people quit (especially teenagers), they have a section on the site: therealcost.betobaccofree.hhs.gov that lists a number of surprising facts about quitting smoking.
I’ve listed my favourite ones here, you can go to their website to elaborate on each one too:
When you search the internet for ways to quit smoking, you find the usual methods recommended: nicotine patches, Zyban, Chantix, counseling, hypnosis, and e-cigarettes. However, the most successful approach is one method that isn’t recommended as much, and that is the cold turkey approach.
Here’s a list of 10 well-known celebrities who you may or may not know used to smoke, and how they finally kicked the habit.
Magic mushrooms (also known as Psilocybin mushrooms) have been known to have some profound effects. The active hallucinogenic ingredient in magic mushrooms called Psilocybin could also help long term smokers quit. A report by researchers at John Hopkins university published online in The Journal of Psychopharmacology detailed:
If you’re about to quit smoking, good news, you won’t have to wait very long to feel the benefits. Here are some useful facts on what happens to your body when you quit smoking which I compiled from the UK’s National Health Service website. And the best news is that there is NO nicotine in the body after 48 hours!