Effects of Giving Up Smoking
Benefits of Quitting Tobacco Smoking




Many health benefits are effects of giving up smoking. In fact, one of the positive effects of quitting is prevention of lung cancer.



There are 3 areas in your life that will benefit from giving up the habit. These are...


1) Your Health

You can expect the following health benefits after giving up smoking:

  • Normalized Blood Pressure and Pulse

    A normal blood pressure and pulse after 20 minutes is one of the positive effects to look forward to after giving up the nicotine habit.

  • Normalized Level of Oxygen in Blood

    The levels of nicotine and carbon monoxide in your blood are significantly reduced and oxygen in your blood will begin to return to normal after 8 hours.

  • Improved Lung Condition

    Clear lungs and easier breathing after 2 days of quitting the habit are more of the good health effects.

  • Improved Taste and Smell Senses and Energy Level

    Your senses of taste and smell become better after 2 days. You feel more active as your energy level also increases after 3 days.

  • Improved Blood Circulation

    Blood circulation is better. You will also realize that engaging in regular exercise gets easier after 2-12 weeks.

  • Improvement in Health Problems

    Other beneficial effects of giving up smoking include disappearance of lung infections and diseases caused by smoking. You get tremendous relief from problems such as breathing, coughing, shortness of breath and wheezing after 3-9 months.

  • Diminished Heart Attack Risk

    The risk of having a heart attack lessens by about 50% after 5 years and returns to the same level of someone who has never smoked after 10 years.

  • Diminished Risk for Cancers

    Prevention for the disease is definitely one of the most important effects of giving up the habit. Your risk for lung cancer lowers to about 50% after 10 years.


    2) Your Finances

    Another important benefit you will get from giving up smoking is you will be saving money. It has nothing to do with the link between smoking and cancer but it is an equally rewarding consequence.

    Smoking is an expensive habit. If you have the habit, calculate how expensive it is.

    How much do you spend on cigarettes every day for a week? How much does your smoking cost you every year?

    Think of the other things you could have done with the money. And if you are experiencing financial difficulty, you might be feeling anxious because you don't know where to get your next cigarette. The habit will become a cause of stress.


    3) Your Family

    Why should you stop smoking?

    Look at the people around you especially your family. Do you know what you are doing to them? You are exposing your family to the deadlier effects of second hand smoke. You are endangering their health.

    One of the good effects of giving up smoking is you will also be protecting the health of your family.

    Finally, if you quit smoking, you will look younger and more attractive. That's because the dangers of smoking can also be harmful to your skin.








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