Your new life as a non smoker

You have successfully quit smoking for over a month now.  The big question most people ask themselves is, “Now what?”.  Remaining smoke free and living a healthly lifestyle will be an adjustment for you, so lets review things you will want to consider as a non-smoker.

With your new life as a non smoker your body will begin repairing itself within the first 8 hours of quitting.  The longer that you quit the more your body will be repairing itself.  You will be dramatically lowering your risk of coronary disease, heart attack, stroke, and lung problems.

Life as a non smoker, you will also have the ability to exercise more effectively. Working out and exercise will help speed the process of repairing your body.  Doing simple cardio will increase your lung and blood capacity putting more oxygen in your system and increasing the repair of your cells.  Consider joining a gym or fitness club, you will find that you have a whole new level of energy, and enjoy the sensation of working out.  Exercise will make you less likely to pick up smoking again.

Another thing to expect in your new life as a non smoker is money!!!  Yes, you will have lots more money to spend.  Whether you choose to enjoy your extra money or start stashing it away you will have a lot more monye at your disposal.  If you smoked a pack a day, you will be saving over $200 dollars a month.  That is a good chunk of change to do things with.  Just make sure that it does not go back to smoking.

Not only will you be benefiting from quitting smoking, but the people around you will benefit as well. Your family, co-workers, and friends will not have to wait on you to smoke, and enjoy a better smelling you. Your children will have their parent around to guide them and watch them grow up.  Overall, everyone in your life will be benefiting from your new life as a non smoker.

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Name: John Durham
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Hi, my name is John and I am proud to say that I am smoke free for almost 5 years! I have recently decided to start writing for Stopcigarettes.net to help those who want to quit the habit.  Quitting Smoking is a very difficult thing to do and hopefully this the resources on this website can help aid other to becoming smoke free.