Attention all smokers out there. Do you notice that in the winter you’re more likely to get frostbites? If this is a good enough incentive for you to quit smoking, why not try and check it out for a few days? That would mean you’ll have to quit puffing for a few days.
So, why are smokers prone to frostbites? This is so because, blood vessels in a person’s hands and feet expand rapidly upon exposure to freezing temperatures thus, protecting the extremities against injury. Nicotine however, slows the expansion. That’s why even if smokers are already indoors, their fingers and toes does not warm up as fast as non smokers.
Now, is this a good enough reason for you to quit?