Wednesday, November 11, 2015

This Is What Happens To Your Body When You Quit Smoking Cigarettes

At this very moment you probably know and aware of what dangers smoking cigars can do to our bodies.
What happens to your body when you quit smoking cigarettes
Warnings of dangerous effects of smoking to our body had already been embedded on cigarette packets, Television advertisements, health centers and hospitals.

You should probably be guilty every time you smoke those little puffs after having too many beers or just a regular smoker, but that doesn't change you.

Although there is plenty, like a lot of information has been printed out about how smoking could ruin your body, it’s probably more effective to instead consider the health benefits quitting smoke can change our body. This piece of video is about to tell you what exactly happens to our body in the minutes, hours, days and months after you smoke the last piece of cigar inside the pack.

You might be quite shocked after how your life can quickly change after giving up the last cigarette you inhale.

20 Minutes
Blood pressure and pulse will return to normal and the temperature in your hands and feet will increase.
8 Hours
In the blood, Nicotine and carbon monoxide levels will reduce by half. Oxygen levels increase and return to normal, making you feel more alert, sleep better and be stronger.
48 Hours
Carbon monoxide and Nicotine is eliminated from the body. The lungs begin to clear out mucus and other smoking debris. The nerve endings being to regrow and your sense of smell and taste will return.
3 Months
Lung function and circulation will have significantly improved. Walking and exercise will be easier, and you will cough less.
Between 1 – 9 Months
Sinus congestion and fatigue will have reduced. Breathing will have markedly improved, so you will have nearly no shortness of breath.
1 Year
The risk of developing coronary heart disease is reduced by 50%.
5-15 Years
The risk of suffering a stroke is reduced to that of a non-smoker.
10 Years
The risk of developing smoking-related cancer is reduced to almost the same as a non-smoker. 60% of cancers are related to both diet and smoking.
15 Years
The risk of developing coronary heart disease or suffering a heart attack is reduced to that of a non-smoker. The risk of death has also reduced to that of a non-smoker.
This is shockingly a life-changer whoever is smoking, if this doesn’t stop you to further stub out cigars, nothing will!
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