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10 ways quitting smoking weed changed my life
Home Health & Fitness Medicine
By: William Mason Email Article
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There’s a lot of different things that you are going to find to be true about quitting smoking. There are many ways that it can change your life. Here are 10 ways that quitting smoking changed my life, and how it may help you as well.

Clarity of Thought

The first thing that you’re going to find to be true is simple, clearance of thought. Your mind will be clearer, you’ll be able to concentrate better, and will memorize a lot more. Your memory will improve, and will absolutely help you gain a roaring start in what you need to move forward with.

Sleep Less

You may argue that you need more sleep, but that’s not what this means. You’ll find that you will need less sleep to feel energized, and will be able to thrive at work and at home. When smoking weed, the sleep cycles you have can end up causing a great deal of issues. Quitting helps sleep better for less time.

No Worries About The Police

When you’re constantly smoking, you may smell like marijuana. You may be subject to a search, and if caught in some states, you will be arrested. To avoid that, quitting is a good route. When you quit, you will not have to worry about if you’re smoking or not, or if you have weed on you or smell.

More Money In The Bank

Perhaps the best thing that occurs when you quit smoking is that you have more money. No joke, I am not constantly worried about my finances any longer, and can substantiate spending on other things. This is a great feeling, because having more money brings security in many ways.

No More Depression

One of the reasons why smoking helps many is because it can help with depression, but in some people, it can actually make it worse. There’s a balancing act of extremes that occur when smoking that causes many issues. Quitting diminishes this completely.

Breathing Easier

My lungs have never been this good. You’ll find that you will be able to breathe easier than ever, and will enjoy the process of breathing, and even swimming. Lung capacity improves systematically.

Mood Improvement

Quitting may start with a difficult thing to deal with, meaning your moods may shift to negative at first. But in time, you’ll find that you will feel better about yourself, and your moods will improve systematically.

Fitness Improvement

With the added lung capacity, you’re going to find that fitness will be easier to manage. That’s right, you will be able to hit the gym and not be winded as easily, which also means better experiences in other areas of your life as well.

Improved Sinuses

Your breathing will improve, but so will your sense of smell and taste. The taste buds and the sinuses improve, so that you can smell things in a much more fluid manner, and taste things in a vibrant manner as well.

Better Work

Lastly, I found that my work improved. That includes school work and my job as well. The process was great overall, and now I can truly say that I’m better off for quitting.

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