Remove Toxins From The Lungs Using A Lung Detox After Quitting Smoking To Help Stop Those Cravings

Remove Toxins From The Lungs Using A Lung Detox After Quitting Smoking To Help Stop Those Cravings

After smoking for most of my 46 years as an adult I finally decided to make a big effort to quit smoking for good. I had tried on several occasions before but to be honest at the time I didn’t really believe I was going to do it so after just a few days or weeks I had gradually slipped back into smoking again, but this time I really had made up my mind. One Monday morning I just looked at myself in the mirror after a weekend of drinking and smoking and just thought ‘It’s time to clean up your act now. Enough is enough.’

So what was going to be so different this time and how was I going to remain stopped for good?

One thing that had always played on my mind was reading somewhere that until you were able to remove all the tar and toxins from the lungs after smoking for so long, then you were always prone to lung related diseases, cancer and heart disease.

Research had shown that it could take between 10 and 15 years for the average smoker to remove smoking related tar and toxins from the lungs which seems a high price to pay, but it does prove what a bad thing smoking must be for the body and how strong the chemical in cigarette must really be. Almost nuclear fallout proportions!

I looked into using a home lung detox to remove tar and toxins at a much quicker rate that the body can achieve if left to its own devices, which sounded like a good idea and perfect for my concerns. The methods used could remove tar and toxins in a matter of weeks or months, not years as I’d read about, plus by speeding up the process it would also lessen the chances of the toxins and bad chemicals causing the smoking related illnesses that I was worried about.

Another added bonus would be actually using the lung detox to help me quit smoking. Whilst the tar and toxins are present in the body then the body can still crave the effects of them and in effect ‘expect’ a top up of them on a regular basis, so by getting rid of them quicker it would also remove the cravings that are associated with quitting smoking. Cravings had always been a big problem for me in the past when I had tried quitting before.

I have to say, that using a lung detox did it for me this time and I’ve now been quit for almost 3 months, which is way longer than I have ever gone before and I’m determined this time to remain quit.