Went to see the nurse today. She was quite surprised to learn that I've already quit.
I'm not sure that the whole thing helped me at all, to be honest. She gave me a prescription for some inhalers, which I was greatful for, and took my BMI and blood preasure. My BMI was high, but blood preasure was ok.
All-in-all I'm not in too bad shape considering my past lifestyle. I'll be exersising a lot more, eating a bit less and -- of course -- I won't be smoking. I know my cholesterol is very low (I've had it tested in the last two years) so nothing here that can't be improved. Good news.
I asked about my lungs, and was told that I've probably got some damage from my years of smoking, but nothing that should dwell on providing I quit now and start-up a healthier routine.
I'm very much up for it, and I'll be going to the gym soon, and eating more healthy. I mentioned my concern about the depression, but she didn't say much -- only comented that I did smoke a lot, so . . .
The depression's worse than the cravings -- thats why I'm worried. I've not heard anyone else make that statment before. :confused: