posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 02:19 PM
I started to smoke when I was in my thirties I think. It would settle down the shakes I got occasionally. Probably my hypoglycemia or something. It
also took away the cough I had all my life. That cough was annoying. I think it was from perfumes and aftershaves because I only coughed around
people who wore those.
I smoke about a half a pack a day and am not addicted. I never smoked over a pack a day, I got a headache if I smoked a pack. If I want to increase
my ability to think a little, I smoke half a cigarette. If I quit, I know I would lose about fifteen pounds within a month without even trying. The
problem is still my TLE, if I quit I get more energy and my brain scrambles.
About ten years after quitting people seem to get cancer. More quitters seem to get cancer than those who are still smoking actually. Something
actually takes about ten years to occur, possibly the smoking actually kept these people from eating foods they were intollerant metabolically to.
Tobacco is an adjuvant that makes any allergies you have seem worse.
edit on 6-9-2014 by rickymouse because: (no reason given)