People who start to take smoking as a habit will surely have a hard time to kick it out. The faster it came in may not necessarily be the same way to which it can be avoided. Such has been the dilemma of most people who have made smoking a part of their lives. Despite the growing number of medical cases against lung cancer, obviously stemming from smoking, cigarettes and cigars are still sought after by most people today.
Some have resorted to trying to quit the habit. Using alternatives such as gum or applying filters to lower the nicotine intake has not done much to alter the demand for tobacco manufacturers today. The efforts made are totally unexplainable and despite the hazard warnings and medical inclinations placed on them, people still continue to patronize and look for them.
Whatever the case may be, it all boils down to really sheer will power to kick the smoking habit and nothing else. Perhaps when the mortality rate of people dying from lung cancer would drop, then it can be said that people are doing something to really kick the habit of smoking.
Originally posted on June 29, 2010 @ 1:55 pm