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For anyone who has been smoking for a number of years there comes a point when you think to yourself: "I really don't enjoy this anymore!"

There is not one person I know who has never felt that way. I can speak from personal experience and know that I felt it when sport became rather challenging. Running after a soccer ball, once an enjoyable pleasure on Saturday afternoons, began to become more a test of endurance. The legs were fine but the breathing was becoming less and less comfortable. I was gasping for air.

Having started smoking at 18 years old and progressed to 20 cigarettes a day I was at 25 feeling the downside effects of all that self-inflicted lung abuse. That was back in 1981 and it took another 22 years before I finally kicked the habit for good. In fact I last smoked a cigarette on 14th February 2003.

So what has that got to do with everything?

Everything.

You see back in those days there just wasn't the information available for people to easily pick up and act upon it. There was no website that anyone could go to for advice. No forums. No newsletters. Nothing. If you wanted to give up smoking back in 1981 the single most often given piece advice was "use your will power". Well that's all fine and dandy but when you are surrounded by all your friends and family who smoke, as well your work colleagues (and this was in the day when you could smoke at your desk) then relying on will power alone was always going to be somewhat problematical.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Many people these days are making the decision to quit smoking the traditional cigarettes, cigars, and pipes for a variety of reasons.

Some reasons include-

The average cost of a pack of cigarettes is $5 per pack and in some states they are as high as $10 -$12.

Offensive odor on your hands, clothes and breath.

Ashes, cigarette butts and risk of fire.

Many public places have "no smoking zones." Some places are even putting a total smoking ban in place, the main reason for this is to protect the people of the health risks carried by smoking.

Lastly are health related reasons, some common known diseases directly related to smoking are lung cancer and emphysema. Cigarette labels warn of these health concerns.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Quit smoking side effects can be definitely handled rather than a deterioration of the body by smoking incessantly. It is your task for your body to get rid of the dangerous nicotine. Oftentimes, a smoker gives up and the only thing that pulls him back into smoking is the side effects of quitting smoking. Medically speaking, these symptoms are addressed as withdrawal symptoms.

The strangest thing about these effects is they keep varying from people to people. For many, the effects are giddiness, strong bouts of headaches, and difficulty in concentration. These symptoms are mainly because of the body fluctuations of the sugar levels.

The stop smoking side effects are hard to handle at first and you could be down with a lot of confusion and depressive behavior which could further aggravate the anxiety levels. []]["\U96fb\U5b50\U30bf\U30d0\U30b3 Aspire One Q", []]["X \U96fb\U5b50\U30bf\U30d0\U30b3 Aspire One", []]["F \U96fb\U5b50\U30bf\U30d0\U30b3 Aspire One"