How to Handle Smoking Triggers | How to Quit Smoking

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How to quit smoking is one of the biggest questions facing long-term smokers that have realized the damage they are doing to themselves and want to do something about it. However, the bigger question is actually what are you going to do AFTER you quit smoking!
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This is because quitting smoking will not save you from all the poisons and tar that have been filling your lungs for so many years. You may think that you breathe out all of the rubbish you inhale, but the truth of the matter is that a substantial amount clings to the inside of your lungs. While the body can get rid of some of this deadly mixture of ash, tar, and toxins, the amount you have smoked is often well beyond the natural healing abilities of the body for what can be many years after you stop smoking.

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"One thing I have learned is that all it takes is a single puff to break a quit."

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