Smoking among seniors raises more questions than answers. The ideal, of course, would be that everyone, young and old, quit smoking for good. But the flip side of that is, if elderly smokers have reached advanced age, while still being smokers, would it not be harder for them to quit?
What is a good age to quit smoking? The answer is: ANY AGE is a good age to quit smoking. There is a common misconception that it’s impossible for seasoned smokers to break the habit, followed by another fallacy how they lack the impulse to quit smoking. Although challenging, the road to a smoke-free life is possible for senior citizens, as long they possess a proper drive and support.