The Deadly Facts About Smoking


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Its a proven fact that the instant you stop smoking your body begins to repair its self. Within the first 20 minutes after you quit your pulse rate will return to normal, blood pressure stabilizes, your heart rate drops, and the blood circulation to your hands and feet returns to normal.

After you have gone 8 hours without a cigarette the carbon monoxide, and oxygen levels in your blood stream return to their normal level's, and after the first 24 hours the chances of having a heart attack start to decrease. Sinus congestion, shortness of breath, fatigue, and coughing all will disappear within 1 to 9 months. After 1 year your risk of contracting coronary heart disease decreases is cut in half, and after 5 years your risk of contracting lung cancer is cut in half. After 15 years you will no longer be at risk of contracting heart disease, or lung cancer!

Most smokers truly want to stop smoking until they quit. Once they quit they start looking for reasons to reasons to start up again, They give excuses like my coughing has gotten even worse, I am suffering from terrible headaches, I am nervous, depressed and stressed out, now is not the right time for me to quit, or my work is suffering because I am unable to sleep at night.

If people would take the time to learn what addiction is and how it works it would be a lot easier for them to quit smoking. most smokers don't quit because they don't take the time to find out how their addiction is keeping them addicted, and because they don't understand their addiction they are more likely to return to their old friend the cigarette once they quit.

There are numerous health benefits associated with smoking cessation. First there are the physical health benefits such as decreased risk of having a heart attack, lung cancer, stroke, and chronic lung disease. You will live longer and be much more healthier than a person who continues to smoke. Then there are the benefits to your mental health. You'll notice that your self-esteem will improve, and you are going to feel a lot better about yourself knowing that your taking care of your body, instead of hurting it. The ball and chain that cigarettes had on you will be broke and you will start to feel like you are in control your life rather than life is controlling you. If you started smoking to cope with the anxiety and stress in your life, then learning new ways to deal with these issues will strengthen and enhance your emotional and metal health well being.

Once you quit smoking you will no longer be exposing your family and friends to deadly second-hand smoke. Your appearance will improve and your going to smell better too. Take a moment to compare the benefits and the costs of smoking and I am sure that you will reach the conclusion: That its time to stop smoking.

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