trying to stop smoking. After smoking bans started popping up all over the place, the urge to spread the health benefits to those already hooked seems just as important as ever. That appears to be the same reasoning behind why this author decided to convey how he feels at the end of one month of being completely smoke-free< /a>.
After trying to kick the habit many times before, he prefaces the article by saying he's been an ex-smoker in his past, but that it takes a mental transition to finally curb the habit. Now he is psychologically prepared to be a non-smoker for good, and this is how he feels.
Mentally he says he feels stronger, relaxed, more confident and more attentive. He's also more efficient since he doesn't get caught going outside every so often for a smoke. Socially speaking, the author says he is now able to better interact with people since he doesn't reek of fumes. On the physical side of things, he doesn't get out of breath as easily and his frequent coughing is all but gone.
Like it's been said before, these are only a few of the reasons to kick the routine of nicotine. This guy seems to have all of the pros for going cold turkey. Although it probably won't be as easy as just dropping it so abruptly, even a slow transition to a smoke-free life is better than leading one fueled by lighting up daily. Don't believe it?