Smoking cessation | What happens in the body after smoking

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Smoking cessation | What happens in the body after smoking

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Every human being goes through different phases that occur within the body. Although all people are the same and therefore each of these stages may not be the same for all, the essence is always the same, and the chronological sequence of events could really surprise you.

WhyQuit published by a scientific proven process that provides an overview of the body of the first minutes of smokers stop smoking until five years after that, and it looks like this:

– The first 20 minutes: Blood pressure, body temperature and pulse return to normal.

– After 8 hours: tobacco smell disappears. Oxygen level returns to normal.

– After 24 hours: The risk of heart attack decreases.

– After two days: Nerve endings start re-grouped. Ability sense of taste and smell drastically improved.

– After 3 days: Breathing is easier. It is possible to walk and run faster.

– After 2-3 months: Improves blood circulation. Walking becomes easier, and lung capacity increases by 30 percent.

– From 1 to 9 months: Reduces sinus congestion and shortness of breath. Energy increases.

– After 5 years: For the 50 percent reduced risk of developing lung cancer, pancreatic or esophageal. Reduces the risk of stroke.

Effects of smoking on the body