Dr. Aaron Roland
Family Medicine
7 doctors agree

In brief: Do not do it!!

One of the biggest problems with stopping smoking is that sometimes people get overconfident and think they can just smoke one again, "for the feeling" or for some other reason.
Don't do it. The risks of falling back into the habit/addiction are too great.

In brief: Do not do it!!

One of the biggest problems with stopping smoking is that sometimes people get overconfident and think they can just smoke one again, "for the feeling" or for some other reason.
Don't do it. The risks of falling back into the habit/addiction are too great.
Thank
Dr. Diane Minich
Family Medicine
5 doctors agree

In brief: Don't recommend it

as most people who try one do not stop at one and are back to smoking as much of more than they did before.
Do not ruin your 2 years of not smoking.

In brief: Don't recommend it

as most people who try one do not stop at one and are back to smoking as much of more than they did before.
Do not ruin your 2 years of not smoking.
Thank
1 comment
Dr. Steven Griggs
Are you talking about cigarettes or pot? The first cigarette after two years will likely make you feel awful but will be out of your system in less than a week. The first joint may or may not get you off, but could be in your system twice that long, unless you REALLY get wrecked. Then it might show up in test for 3-4 weeks. Both might jump start an old habit and accelerate rapidly, so don't
Dr. Dean Giannone
Internal Medicine
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Clean body or mind?

Smoking for one day would likely not have a dramatic impact on your health atop of what your previous smoking history may have already done.
But your plan is a testament to the permanent effect of smoking on your mind, and how remaining smoking-free is a life battle that never truly ends. Would be wise not to tempt fate and put your "plan" aside.

In brief: Clean body or mind?

Smoking for one day would likely not have a dramatic impact on your health atop of what your previous smoking history may have already done.
But your plan is a testament to the permanent effect of smoking on your mind, and how remaining smoking-free is a life battle that never truly ends. Would be wise not to tempt fate and put your "plan" aside.
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