Quitting smoking is difficult; it is an addiction and must be viewed as such. Attempting to quit will lead to withdrawal symptoms that range from mellow to extreme as a result of the complex physical and mental addiction to nicotine. In this article, we are going to take a gander at a quit smoking timeline. Our course of events has been narrowed down into three stages. Let us look at each of the stages involved and what’s to be expected at every stage.
Smoking is bad for your health and has devastating consequences in the body. There isn’t a simpler way to say this!
In England, smoking is the largest cause of preventable deaths each year. According to the National Health Service (NHS), more than 80,000 people die each year from smoking-related illnesses, and this number will increase if nothing is done. In short, smoking kills one in two smokers each year.