Sarafin Posted July 16, 2010 Report Share Posted July 16, 2010 Hey, quick question for the doctors on the forums - I smoked on and off (but mostly regularly and moderately) for about four years - I am now 28. I quit just over two years ago (and quit pot on the same day), and never took it up again. I have zero cravings - actually, I can't bear to be around cigarette smoke at all. My aversion to it is even stronger than it was before I ever smoked.My question is - how permanently damaged are my lungs/overall health if I never smoke another substance for the rest of my life? Though they feel healthy right now, I do get very worried on and off about my lungs when I have time to sit around and ponder. What are my chances of getting cancer, or other illnesses?-Sarafin Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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