I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas Day full of cheer, turkey and surrounded by loved ones.
Boxing Day is a good day to reflect on the past year, the “Highs and the lows” the “The good and the bad” and to make plans for 2023.
For many millions of families they will be full of dread and fear with fuel prices going up in January and all the uncertainty of the New Year.
Christmas reminds us that people care and love us and I have the ideal way of paying back that love by quitting smoking.
Why are you still killing yourself?
Think about your family and friends, do you really want them to see you die from smoking?
Maybe you’ve tried quitting before and failed, that doesn’t mean you can’t try again.
Maybe it wasn’t the right time; maybe you didn’t have a safer nicotine delivery device to assist you, which evidence shows you are 3 times more likely to quit using e-cigarettes / disposable vapes.
Why not set a date to quit and commit to it?
Then you can tell your family and friends who will no doubt encourage you.
Don’t be fooled by the negative press vaping often gets, nicotine does not kill you or cause smoking related diseases. It’s never too late to quit but the sooner you can quit, the sooner you will see the benefits.
In 20 days’ time I will be an ex-smoker (one year) something I never imagined I could ever achieve but quitting wasn’t difficult and with the vast array of e-cigarettes available, it shouldn’t be difficult for you either.
Think how proud people will be of you, think about how much money you will save and think about how much longer you will live.
I’m not even going to try and sell you my products, perhaps you can find them cheaper but I don’t know of any other company that will offer you support and guidance.
With the government committed to making the country smoke-free by 2030 now is the ideal time to quit and switch to a safer alternative.
As someone who has had COPD for 10 years, this is the first year I’ve not had a flare-up, in fact the evidence shows people with COPD who switch to vaping have less flare-ups and many people’s oxygen levels increase. Mine are nearly back to those of a non-smoker.