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Monday, July 17, 2006

Quit Smoking

Quit Smoking

After years of having been a heavy smoker myself, I finally called it a day and decided to quit growing cancer inside my lungs. It may sound harsh what I'm saying now, but everybody knows smoking is like putting a timebomb inside your body. You don't know how much time is left before the big C-bomb detonates, but you know for sure that, if you don't get killed in let's say a car accident for instance, your life will be over much sooner than that of the average non-smoker.

It's always up to each individual to quit smoking or not. However, anyone who has ever tried to quit smoking, knows how hard it is to leave the daily packet(s) of cigarettes behind.

The use of tobacco for recreational purposes in the 20th century has caused more casualties than the two World Wars did together. It might not say much, but if you know that everyday more people die from lung cancer all over the world than from any other non-smoking related disease, it makes you linger on the thought of lighting your next cigarette.

In this first post I won't get into details about annual statistics of lung cancer caused by smoking. However, I hope it may be a statemenet to make people wonder whether they should go on with this filthy habit or, as I did a few months ago, call it a day.

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