A big reason for all of us is health. But I was wondering, about what the body repairs when you stop inhaling poison into it.
I have smoked for about 9 years. Its ranged from between 10 and 15, then went to 15 to 20 in the last 2 years approximately. What damage will I have done to my body, and what am I managing to avoid by stopping while I'm still young?
I think this is a real interesting subject, and one me and my work friend, who is a smoker, were talking about on thursday. She asked me if the body repairs itself when you stop, I said I really didn't know. Some things may go back to normal but you may have already done too much damage on some areas to be repaired?
Hope that makes sense. It might be a massive incentive for younger women and men to stop now