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Quitting Smoking Benefits

February 12, 2012 in BottomPage

Quitting the use tobacco is truly a process over a long time. To escape from this addiction comes bit by bit, so you should try to relax and put a little time between you and the last cigarette you have smoked. There are many quitting smoking benefits you will gain. As a matter of fact within just minutes away from stopping it there are many benefits that you will gain instantly. In 20 minutes of time your Blood pressure and pulse goes back to normal. In 8 hours Nicotine and carbon monoxide levels in your blood are reduce by half. Also Oxygen levels goes back to normal. In a day, Carbon monoxide will be totally eliminated or removed from the body. And the lungs start to clear out mucous and other kind of smoking debris. In 2 days, nicotine will be totally removed in the body. The ability to taste and smell is greatly improved as the way it used to be. In 3 days, your breathing becomes easier, because the bronchial tubes begin to relax and energy levels increase. In 2 to 12 weeks the circulation will be improved. After 3 to 9 months Coughs, wheezing and breathing problems are improved as the lungs function are increased up to 10%. In 5 years of not smoking the risk of heart attack falls to about half that of a smoker have. In about 10 years, the risk of lung cancer will fall about half of a smoker have. Risk of heart attack falls to the same as someone who are totally non-smoker.More benefits of not smoking are the following. It gives you confidence. Quitting the smoking habit is a very hard challenge. Once you have quit it, you will know that you can also succeed at difficult tasks and you will know that you can take control of your life. Quitting the smoking habit helps you to believe more in yourself. You will become more fit because smoking makes it harder for us to exercise and it reduces the benefits to our body. Chain smokers or those light smokers have more chance of having coughs and colds than non-smokers and take longer to get well again.For more information visit: SmokeDeter

Effects of Quitting Smoking

February 12, 2012 in BottomPage

That’s only for 12 hours. What more after a few days? Well, yes it is more remarkable to note the improvement of your senses, particularly smelling and tasting. What are some of the effects of quitting smoking? You will begin to breathe easier and cleaner and your smoker’s hatch would be gone, however, you may still be coughing every now and then. See? For only a few days, you have lived a clean life, and have reduced the expenses of the luxury. You will also be free from the addiction you cannot even admit to yourself.While withdrawing yourself from smoking cigarette or tobacco, you may start to feel worse for some time. But that’s while your body is repairing the damages of your smoking habit. Healing is not something that completely happens overnight, not even a small blister in your finger. It does not happen immediately, but it still happens for a few months. If you start to feel some withdrawal symptoms after you have quit smoking, do not be scared because there are symptoms of the process of recovery and it is normal.Right after the “quitting” process, smokers have reported to amazing changes like temporary weight gain. This is because you may start to feel hunger more often, stress, tired and moody. The hunger is due to the fluid retention of the tongue. You may also start to cough a lot and have troubles in sleeping. But these are all signs that your body, being free from smoke, is starting to rebuild and clean itself from Nicotine, which sticks contain. Usually, Nicotine comes off the body in 2 to 3 days.The result of quitting? A longer and healthier life ahead. The risks of having heart diseases, bronchitis, stroke, emphysema, and the likes (which may lead to death) are reduced. If worst comes to worse, it may even lead to lung cancer and other more cancers. Cigarette takes 130,000 lives every year from cancer. So think about this. 8 hours after quitting, oxygen level increases. And after 10 years, the death rate from lung cancer is decreased into half. So, just think about it.For more information visit: SmokeDeter

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