Asked by Anonymous at 12:34 PM on Apr. 29, 2009 in Health
Answer by Ati_13 at 12:39 PM on Apr. 29, 2009
My mom smoked for 25 years. She quit 20 years ago. She has smoking induced asthma but other than that she is healthy. Her doctor said she probably would have had something worse than asthma had she continued. Most in my family smoke people in my family die young. My grandmother is one of 6 sister. She is the second oldest. Her older sister and her did not smoke and the others did. Three of her sisters died in their late 40s early 50s because of smoking induced lung cancer. Her father died from lung cancer at 54 he smoked three packs a day. Many of my cousins smoke three are on oxygen now at 30 years old. Three of my cousins quit smoking last year. They were all very overweight once they quit smoking they took the energy they had from that and started exercising. All are of a healthy weight now. It is never too late to quit. Continuing is not smart and will hurt you.
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