25 Things To Keep In Mind When Quitting Smoking

Quitting smoking is hard. There’s no denying it. Trying to quit can feel nigh impossible at times, like digging through a brick wall with a toothpick. Still, there’s never been a better time to quit than today. Jam-packed in one cigarette is a deadly concoction of 7,000 chemicals, 70 of which cause cancer. It’s a leading reason for significant health problems, including respiratory and cardiovascular among many others. It’s not good. We assume you’re here to either quit smoking, or you’re already on the path, so let’s talk about 25 Things To Keep In Mind When Quitting Smoking.

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