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How my Dad quit Smoking.

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Introduction

How my Dad quit Smoking It was heart disease that forced my Dad to stop smoking. He was 57 years old. he was at work one day and started to feel lousy. He went to the restroom to get herself together and she collapsed. Luckily someone noticed right away and called 911. Dad had a heart attack. He had spent the next two months in the hospital. He was so sick and heavily treated, withdrawing from nicotine was not so easy for him. ...read more.

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I will never forget the day dad came out of the surgery. Shortly after the operation I was then finally allowed to go see him in the intensive care unit. What I saw brought tears to my eyes, made my body shiver and made me feel deep sorrow. Dad looked like she had the living beating out of him. His colour did not look natural, body was all puffed and swelled up, had like tubes sticking in and out of his nose and various other parts of his body and also was hooked up to various pieces of electrical equipment. ...read more.

Conclusion

How precious it is and how much I would miss my dad if he was gone. How I had better quit my own smoking habit before it happens to me. How, It is bad enough putting your self thru hell as the result of cigarette addiction, but putting your own kids thru the hell of seeing a parent laying there helpless, near death and hooked up to the nearest sounding machinery. Now when I am older I will not going to put my kids through that the way my father was and seeing him suffering in pain. Ubaid Asghar Personal pieces ...read more.

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