What Happens With Your Body When You Stop Smoking
Some have many times tried to quit smoking, some succeeded and some that do not even attempt.
But perhaps these few facts about the processes in the body after smoking cessation encourage consideration.
-20 minutes after the end – the first effect that occurs 20 minutes after the last cigarette was depressurized and the pulse according to a normal level.
-12 hours after cessation – Carbon monoxide, which can be toxic in large quantities, comes from the burning tobacco and entered into the body of the smoke. Carbon monoxide is easy to stick to the cells making them harder to connect with oxygen. This results in cardiovascular problems.
-12 hours after quitting smoking in your body reduces the amount of carbon monoxide due to which the oxygen level fixes to normal.
-24 hours after cessation – smokers have a 70 percent greater chance of heart attack. Just one day after quitting smoking the risk starts to decrease.
-48 hours after cessation – renewed sense of smell and taste.
Three days after the end of – body will be completely clean of nicotine. But unfortunately, the effects of nicotine remain for some time.
There may be physical symptoms such as headaches, dizziness and cramps. In the struggle with these symptoms, you can treat yourself with the money you saved on cigarettes, buy yourself something nice.
Two to three weeks after stopping – you will be able to practice and engage in physical activity will enhance you blood circulation and lungs will recover and makes it easier to breathe.
Month to nine months after the end of – the lungs are much more resistant to infection.
A year after the termination – the risk of heart disease was reduced by 50 percent.
Five years after the end – the risk of heart attack is now the same as in non-smokers.
-10 years after termination – in half reduces the risk of lung cancer.