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Smoking? To smoke or not to smoke?

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How much more smoke can your lungs take?

Telling somebody to stop smoking doesn’t stop them smoking. Unless you live in a sealed bubble, they’re already exposed to all sorts of pollutants in your daily life. Of course if you lived in a sealed bubble, you probably wouldn’t be reading this. Here’s what you should be breathing, if air were pure. About 78 percent nitrogen, 21 percent oxygen, and 1 percent carbon dioxide and argon. Trace gases include krypton, methane, neon, helium and hydrogen. There are six major air pollutants – : photochemical oxidants and ground-level ozone, carbon monoxide, sulfur oxides, nitrogen oxides, and lead. None of these are good for you – they wouldn’t be classed as pollutants if they were. If you’re a cigarette smoker, you’re voluntarily adding to those pollutants in your lungs with the contents of your cigarette as shown above. Why? Your lungs are having a hard enough time already, coping with stuff they weren’t designed for. Stop making things worse – stop increasing your chances of wrecking your health.

Smoking does make things worse, and you know it.

The reasons people give me for why they started, vary, but they almost always include peer pressure. You know, your mates are doing it or trying it, and want you to try it too, so you do. Have you ever regretted that? You’re not a child anymore are you, a juvenile? Who makes the decisions in your life now? You, or your mates from umpteen years ago. They didn’t do you any favours then by getting you started smoking, although you didn’t realise that at the time. And I’ll bet you didn’t even enjoy it either. Do you really enjoy it now? Thought not. If you want to stop smoking, I can help you do it. No matter how many a day you smoke, I can help you stop. Try me. Phone me on 01256 704769 or 01252 724111, or email me Or visit my websites or


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