Author: James Lynch

Ginny, who advises to "find something that motivates you"

Ginny’s advice: Find something that motivates you

"Give yourself a reward. Say you want a new pair of shoes. Focus on that and start putting the money away."

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1. Have cash to splash

Quitting can save £250 a month – £3,000 a year. Write a list of things you’d rather do with your money.

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2. Younger-looking you

Quitting has been found to slow the ageing process and delay the appearance of wrinkles.

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3. Smell heavenly

Your fave perfume won’t have to fight the ciggy smells plus your own sense of smell will improve.

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4. Your smile will shine

Get fresher breath and a whiter smile when you quit too.

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5. Breathe Easily

In 90 days, blood circulation gets better. Walk and talk without getting out of breath.

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6. Your heart will love you

Giving up smoking reduces your chance of suffering a heart attack.

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7. A better sex life

Stopping smoking improves the body’s blood flow, improving sensitivity, and women may find that their orgasms improve.

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8. Life will be yummy

Enjoy meals more because your sense of taste and smell start to recover when you stop smoking.

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9. Feel happier

Science says non-smokers tend to be less stressed. Maybe because they’re not worried about their next ciggy.

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