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... s not in their favor. Or you can go wile young from smoking related illnesses like my parents did last year before they even retired. ... (4 replies)
... moking, it was the worst shape the heart surgeon had seen when went in to replace it, genetic heart problem. Yes, I had bypass and had to for health reasons, but smoking did not make it better. And I could still get lung cancer year from now. You need to stop altogether for good. ... (4 replies)
... Okay, so I'm not addicted to smoking. I have a cigarette about once every month, maybe twice, so I smoke about a pack a year. My question is, what long-term health effects will I experience if this trend continues? Will I destroy my lungs before long? (4 replies)

... One won't harm you, but new studies are showing that even very infrequent smoking produces as much damage as heavy smoking!! It was a surprise to everyone. ... (4 replies)
... I did the same thing pack a year then 6mnths, 1mth, 1wk finaly 1.5 pk/day for 10 yrs. I sneaks up on you! (4 replies)
... At 18 I also smoked about a pack a year and said I wasn't hooked. But that pack a year turned into a pack a week, then a pack a day and then I really was hooked. Took me another 38 years to finally quit. In answer to your question, the biggest danger to your future health isn't the rare smoke you have now, but rather the distinct possibility that those smokes might become... (4 replies)
... I can relate to your plight in many ways. When I started smoking, it was only to relieve boredom or during infrequent bouts of drinking with friends. The thing is, you aren't really "quitting" as much as delaying smoking until later. ... (4 replies)
... Hi. I smoked for over 30 years and finally quit by taking Chantix. Stopped taking Chantix after about 6 weeks, never filled my last refill. I just felt like I didn't need them anymore. My doctor recommended that I "wean" myself off, like just take one a day instead of 2 for a few days, and then just 1 per day, etc., but I just stopped taking them. I've been off cigs for 4... (6 replies)
... First, GOOD LUCK. It is no easy task. I have been smoking for 30 plus years and for the last 2 years 3 packs a day. I recently lost a brother in law to lung cancer. That scared the crap out of me. ... (4 replies)
... I am paying close attention to those infrequent urges and I've pretty much determined that they're "habit" urges. ... (9 replies)

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