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What Happens To Your Body When You Stop Smoking?
 

What Happens To Your Body When You Stop Smoking?

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Learn exactly what happens when you stop smoking, and why you need to do it now.

Learn exactly what happens when you stop smoking, and why you need to do it now.

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    What Happens To Your Body When You Stop Smoking? What Happens To Your Body When You Stop Smoking? Presentation Transcript

    • What Happens To Your Body When You Stop Smoking?
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com If you're like most people who smoke cigarettes, you've probably tried to quit smoking many times in the past.
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com You've tried going cold turkey, using a nicotine patch, or chewing nicotine gum.
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com And nothing has worked.
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com But maybe if you understood just how much better you will feel if you quit, and how your body will begin to heal itself, you'd give it one more try.
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Nicotine is just one of the harmful chemicals in cigarettes, and the more you smoke, the more harm you're doing to your overall health.
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com But if you can think about quitting for a just a week or so, you might find the willpower to get through that time period.
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Breaking the problem down into smaller pieces will help you to make it more manageable.
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com It may be hard to believe, but your body will begin the healing process after just 20 minutes of quitting.
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com You'll notice that pulse rate has dropped, your blood pressure lowers, and get more blood flow into your extremities (hands and feet).
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Your blood oxygen level will increase to normal and your carbon monoxide level is lowered to normal after only eight hours of quitting.
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com The health benefits just continue to increase each day, week, month, and year that you're able to stay away from cigarettes.
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Breaking the problem down into smaller pieces will help you to make it more manageable.
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Your cough will subside, and you'll have more energy to exercise.
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com Your lifestyle will improve too, as your family and friends will be happy spend more time with you.
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com So why not choose today as the day you make the decision to quit smoking.
    • HealthyLivingTimes.com You owe it to yourself to do everything you can to save your own life.
    • For More Information Visit HealthyLivingTimes.com