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Find out how quickly the body recovers when you quit smoking – scroll down.

  • Blood pressure and pulse rate decrease.
  • Carbon monoxide level drops in your body. Oxygen level in your blood increases to normal.
  • Chances of a heart attack start to go down. Your smell and taste begin to improve.
  • Bronchial tubes relax and make breathing easier. Your lung capacity increases.
  • Exercise is easier. Blood circulation is better. Your lung functioning is up to 30%.
  • Improvements in coughing, sinus congestion, tiredness, shortness of breath and colds.
  • Your risk of smoking-related heart attack is cut in half.
  • Your risk of having a stroke is now reduced to that of a non-smoker.
  • Your risk of dying from lung cancer is cut in half.
  • Your risk of dying from a heart attack is the same as a person who never smoked.

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