I wish I could get my brothers to quit smoking. One had quit for 15 years then started up again.
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Me and hubby quit smoking about 6 months ago. Well, we switched to electronic cigarettes, so I guess that’s not completely quitting. We’re down to the 6mg bottles of nicotine, which is the lowest they have. We started with 24mg, so we’re doing pretty good. I can tell a HUGE difference with the electronic cigs. They don’t have all the crazy chemicals -only oil and nicotine, and we buy them from a company who makes them locally. The reason I quit was cause my doctor ordered me to after I was having issues with blood pressure, circulation, shortness of breath, and my heart felt really funny. It scared me. Within a week, all my problems completely disappeared. This year I plan on stopping the ecig, too. I have two neighbors that completely quit this way, and they’ve been cigarette free for over a year.
Good for you! My other brother did some sort of laser thing to quit smoking. It worked for several years, now he’s smoking those god awful cigarillos because he is too cheap to buy cigarettes. Go figure.
Oh my, those are horrible.
They are so smelly! I don’t see him often as he lives in Indiana, and I’m in Wisconsin. It’s funny that he uses them, since he can easily afford cigarettes because he is wealthy. Weird!