Gwyneth Paltrow was an avid smoker in her teenage years and se smoked two packs a day and even her father’s death from cancer in 2002 didn’t persuade her against smoking. Paltrow finally kicked the habit when she found out she was pregnant with her first daughter and now she is famous health enthusiast.
He began smoking as a teenager and considered his addiction as a lifetime battle. He chewed Nicorette to avoid surrendering to cravings brought on by the stresses of the presidency. He admits that his struggle with quitting is constant, and although he occasionally slips up, he won’t smoke in front of his family. In 2009, he passed an anti-smoking bill in an attempt to protect future generations from smoking.
Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta Jones
Michael Douglas has long struggled with an addiction to smoking all his life. In 2011, a cancerous tumor was found in Douglas’ throat, which was most likely caused by his frequent alcohol consumption and cigarettes smoking. After that Douglas made a huge effort and managed to quit smoking. The wife of Michael Douglas, Catherine Zeta-Jones was photographed smoking during the last stages of her pregnancy in 2003. Later she vowed to quit for her children in 2005, but has had difficulty stopping, suffering many relapses.
She was a chain smoker for years before undergoing an extreme cleanse in 2007. Aniston attributes her success in quitting to her involvement in yoga as now she exercises regularly and eats healthfully to clean her body of nicotine and caffeine.