What Happens When A Smoker Quits – A 15-Year Timeline

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What Happens When A Smoker Quits (A 15 Year Timeline)
What Happens When A Smoker Quits – A 15-Year Timeline
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What Happens When A Smoker Quits? A 15-Year Timeline…

20 Minutes after quitting:

The heart rate and blood pressure drop back to normal levels.

1-2 Weeks after quitting:

Circulation and lung function improve.

1 Year after quitting:

The risk of getting coronary heart disease is half as high as a smoker’s.

10 Years after quitting:

The risk of dying from lung cancer is half that of smokers’. Risk of getting pancreatic and larynx cancer also decreases.

12 Hours after quitting:

The level of carbon monoxide in the blood drops to normal.

1-9 Weeks after quitting:

Smoker “norms” (like a constant cough and shortness of breath) become less pronounced.

The tiny hairs lining the lungs (aka “cilia”) work normally again and clean the lungs to reduce risk of infection.

5 Years after quitting:

The risk of contracting mouth, throat, esophagus, and bladder cancers is half of what it is for smokers. Risk of cervical cancer and stroke fall, too.

15 Years after quitting:

The risk of heart disease is equivalent to non-smokers’ risk.

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The #1 Muscle That Eliminates Joint And Back Pain, Anxiety And Looking Fat

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Can you guess which muscle in your body is the #1 muscle that eliminates joint and back pain, anxiety and looking fat?

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Is it...

a) Abs

b) Chest

c) Glutes

d) Hip Flexors

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