Wednesday, 20 August 2008

No Smoking v Less Smoking

Being an ex-smoker I know how hard it is to give up. I never got the support that is around now to give up, so I am quite proud of myself now having not smoked for near on 15 years.

If you smoke you should know all about the health hazards, the affect it has on other around you and not least how much the habit costs. All these things and more are good enough reasons for giving up but you carry on.

There is only one way you can give up, that is wanting to. If you want to you can. Thousands of people try to give up but in their own mind they don't really want to that the secret.

You can use lots of aids and free support to try and wean you off the drug but still this is not good enough for anyone who really enjoys smoking too much. There is no answer to completely giving up for those who love smoking so much.

Far be it from me to preach to those who can't or won't give up completely, that is their prerogative but there is something they can do that will still make a difference. This involves the word 'TRY'.

So, don't give up smoking just keep trying to give up, this will reduce the amount you smoke, therefore be less of a hazard to your health and the health of others around you and you will still be saving money on buying less cigarettes. Not 100% but a certain percentage is better than no percentage at all.

The tip here is for smokers who can't or won't give up, to try and cut down on their smoking, it will still make a substantial difference in all fields.

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