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As a former smoker, I very much agree that exercise helps to stay smoke free. For one thing, it's like eating a salad and then ruining it with a ton of fatty dressing and chocolate cake to follow! When you exercise, you kind of feel silly if you light up afterwards. All that hard work gone to waste...

Also, I noticed that exercise (epecially cardio) took away cravings. My cravings were non stop and very strong. Exercise will not remove them permanently but the cravings will stop for at least an hour to two hours. And that is a blessing for anyone trying to quit.

March 14, 2008 - 12:48pm


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