I'm on a roll - resolve is impenetrable today after going for a couple of pints last night. I was standing outside with my mates who were all smoking and got the 'just one' voice in my head but I managed to ignore it. Went inside with my non-smoking friend and I didn't give smoking another thought. (I must say though, my usual beer tasted disgusting which was a bit of a shock!) Feels like a battle won though!!!
Concentration is returning and the dizziness has gone, and along with Coaltyt the whites of my eyes look like they're shining!!!
Got a difficult question which I suppose is on every quitter's mind - I've read a lot of literature on the body's healing process after quitting but none of it seems to go into any real depth.... most says that after 10 years the risk of lung cancer drops significantly, but at 34 and after smoking for 20 years are my lungs going to be blackened and damaged for the rest of my life? Has anyone got any tips on neutralizing the damage - they say fish is good brain food - are there any good 'lung foods'?