An epidemic that poses great dangers to the world can rightly be said to be nicotine addiction. While it very dangerous, it can easily be prevented unlike other epidemics.
So, it is clear that polluting your body with smoke can effect you in a multitude of ways. Wouldn’t that theory hold true then for any other pollutants that you put in your body? Of course. Take alcohol for example and you have another whole plethora of potential diseases.
My Dad smoked until he was 72. It took two heart attacks to convince him to quit. But, my Dad, like every other ex-smoker, never lost the craving. On his deathbed Dad wanted a e-liquide diy. He was 93.
Repeat again and again, “Cigarettes are bad!” – To keep the message embedded in your mind, repeat your previously formulated suggestions over and over every time, from morning to night, and whenever you get some free time. This makes sure that you won’t end up smoking again and will keep you hypnotized.
These products fail because all they do at most is to try to suppress the cravings using chemicals or drugs. They fail to recognise that addiction does not just involve the body but also the mind. This is why they are doomed to failure.
The most common come back from a smoker is that they know people who never smoked and yet had lung cancer; and that is true. Cancer is still a strange and misunderstood disease; and it is no respecter of persons. However, those non-smokers who get the disease have undoubtedly been exposed to the smoke of others down through the years as well as other environmental pollutants.
While Mr. Douglas could afford to light cigarettes with twenty dollar bills, many smokers do not realize they are doing just that (and more) because of their cost originally; and the proposed increased taxes; and the horrific cost of having cancer.