11 March 2010

A journey of 1000 miles

If you are ready to quit smoking, there's plenty of help out there.


There’s an old saying: a journey of 1000 miles starts with one step.

Assuming that smokers are the ultimate victims of the tobacco industry, it’s important to find encouraging accounts written by people who have managed to beat the habit.

So many smokers try to stop because they’ve been frightened, or because they’re tired of feeling like pariahs, only to end up smoking even more than before because they haven’t dealt with the addiction or the physical habit properly.

It isn’t easy, but people shake the smoking habit every day.  Follow this blogger’s story as she heads slowly, but steadily, towards lasting freedom.  Write to the Addictions Expert for help, and have your say on the have your say in the Nicorette poll

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(Joanne Hart, Health24, March 2010)


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