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I certainly agree with you tednlou2 that the number of years not smoking is a major consideration.  Much of the research has shown that lungs do recover (albeit slowly.)
And most probably at an even slower rate as we age. 

Sounds like I used tobacco about the same way.  Never craved a cigarette in the morning, and never (for instance) felt I could not live without one on a long flight.
Just got a bit over the whole scene.....Do I have a fresh pack?  Where's my lighter?
Gotta stop at the 7-11!  And so on....

You are doing well, quitting at 32.


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