Smoking is a severely detrimental habit which leads to numerous negative consequences on your health.
Therefore, when you decide to quit smoking, everything in the body experiences great improvements, from the top to the bottom.
We will explain this process in stages:
The beginning of improvements
20 minutes after your last cigarette, the pulse and the blood pressure are normalized.
Return to Normal
After only eight hours, the carbon monoxide levels in the blood neutralize, as well as the levels of oxygen.
Low heart attack risk
After only 24 hours, the risk of a heart attack is lowered.
Restored sensual perception
After 48 hours, the senses of taste and smell are improved, and the nerve endings begin to regrow.
Between the period of 2 weeks and 3 months, the blood circulation is improved, and walking becomes easier. Moreover, the function of the lungs is increased up to 30 percent.
After 1-9 months, the body regains its energy, and the issues with a shortness of breath, coughs, and sinus congestion are reduced. Cilia start regrowing in the lungs and thus cleanse them and lower the risk of infections.
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