Saturday, April 16, 2016

Results that Happen in Your Body Once you Quit Smoking Cigarettes!


You probably know how dangerous cigarette smoking is and what harm it can do to your body. There has been a lot of warnings for  all about the dangers and effects of smoking. Yet some people still doesn't listen and be scared of such warnings.

Although, some people doesn't really mind to read these warnings that are printed out on the cigarette boxes. That's why there's a much better way to fully explain these warnings by using a video. And this video might change your life forever.

Here are some of the results that will happen to your body once you quit smoking cigarettes!

20 Minutes
Your Blood Pressure and Pulse will return to the normal state. Same with the temperature in your feet and hands.
8 Hours
The Nicotine and the Carbon Monoxide Levels in your blood will be reduced by half, while the Oxygen level in your body will increase and return to normal that would make you feel more alert. It will also make your sleep much better and your body will be stronger.
48 Hours
The Nicotine and the Carbon Monoxide is going to be flushed out of your body. Your Lungs will also begin to clear the mucus and the smoke debris out of your lungs and the nerve endings will begin to regrow causing your sense of smell and taste to return back.
3 Months
The circulation of your lungs and also the functions of it will improve significantly that will cause your walking and exercise to be much easier. You will also notice that you will cough lesser.
1 to 9 Months (Between)
The Sinus congestion and the fatigue that you feel will be reduced, while your breathing will be improved a lot. You will also notice that you have nearly no shortness of breath.
1 Year
The risk of you having and developing coronary heart diseases is reduced by 50%.
5 to 15 Years
The risk of being or suffering a stroke is reduced now to that of a non-smoker.
10 Years
The risk of having and developing cancer that is smoking related is now reduced to a non-smoker.
15 Years
The risk of having and developing coronary heart disease or having a heart attack is now reduced to that of a non-smoker. Same with the risk of death.
Be sure to watch the video below to know more about these results!
Credits: The Viral Pedia/QuitSmoking.com


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