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Discover the physical benefits to your body after quitting smoking from the first 20 minutes onwards...

Discover the physical benefits to your body after quitting smoking from the first 20 minutes onwards...

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  • 1. Thinking of Quitting Smoking?The health benefits of quitting smoking are immediate and very impressive!
  • 2. This Tip is brought to you today by www.want-to-stop-smoking.com
  • 3. The Very First Day That You Quit Smoking Your Immune System will begin the healing process The amount of nicotine and carbon monoxide in your blood will diminish The level of oxygen in your blood will increaseIn fact, the benefits of not smoking will start from 20 minutes after your last cigarette!
  • 4. Your blood pressure and heart ratedrop to normal 20 minutes after your last cigarette.
  • 5. Two hours after you quit circulation to your fingers and toes improves.
  • 6. Eight to 12 hours after your last puff,the level of carbon monoxide in yourbloodstream drops to normal and the oxygen level rises to normal.
  • 7. From the 2nd DayCarbon Monoxide will be eliminated from your bodyNicotine levels will continue to decreaseYour lungs will begin to clear out the tar, mucus, and other debris deposited there by smoking
  • 8. After 24 Hours your chances of a heart attack or stroke decrease.The heart attack rate for smokers is 70percent higher than for non-smokers.
  • 9. After 48 hours you start to smell and taste things more vividly again
  • 10. After 1 Week There will no longer be any nicotine in your body Your blood vessels will begin to reopen and your circulation will improve Your lung capacity will increase and breathing will be freer The amount of oxygen reaching your brain and other vital organs will reach normal levels Your sense of taste and smell will continue to improve
  • 11. Two to three weeks after you quit, you’ll be able to exercise without feeling winded.
  • 12. The next few weeks Your heartbeat rate and blood pressure will stabiliseYour breathing and lung function and energy levels will continue to improveYour risk of serious disease will begin to fall significantlyYour skin tone will improve and you will begin to look healthier
  • 13. After 1 month You will no longer carry the smell oftobacco on your breath, skin and hair
  • 14. At 3 months, your circulationimproves and your lung function increases up to 30 percent.
  • 15. You have increased energy.Coughing and shortness of breath are greatly reduced.
  • 16. A year after you quit smoking,your risk of coronary heart disease is half that of a smoker’s.
  • 17. During that first yearYour general health will continue to improveYour sleep will be deeper and more restorativeThe risk of suffering a smoking related disease will continue to diminishYour ability to concentrate and think clearly will improve significantlyYou will feel more able to deal with stressful situations
  • 18. Five years after you’ve quitsmoking, your risk of esophagal,lung, mouth and throat cancers drops dramatically. Your risk of having a stroke is the same as people who are non-smokers.
  • 19. Ten years after smoking, your lungcancer death rate is about half that of a smoker’s. This is great news; smoking accounts for 90 percent of lung cancer deaths worldwide.
  • 20. Fifteen years after you’ve quitsmoking, your risk of heart disease isthe same as someone who has never smoked
  • 21. Watch out for another Tip to help you Quit Smoking – coming soon… You may also like my FREE gift ‘The 7 BIG Mistakes that People Make When Trying to Stop Smoking’ Click on link to download NOW Want to Stop Smoking.com

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