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Quit smoking, want to work on body, find more huffing than usual during physical activity. How can I overcome this?

hello , i am abhishek puri from india . i am 20 year old , i am about 5 6.5 , with a weight of around 55 kgs. for the past 1 year i did smoke a lot and finally i have made my mind to quit and work on with my body. I recently found myself limping and huffing more than usual while running , playing and almost in every physical activity. kindly guide me through the problem so as how to overcome and strengthen my mind in order to get in a better shape than before .
Asked On : Fri, 28 Dec 2012
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Psychologist 's  Response
Dec 2015
Welcome to HCM
We understand your concerns

Nothing to worry about huffing and puffing. Quite natural. Just don't overdo anything for a while. Our body has the capacity to repair itself after a problem. Help it carry on that task. Drink enough water and citrus juice to augment that process. Eat nutritious food for your workouts.
Gradually increase your workout schedules. Never do it abruptly.
Good luck.
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