What Happens When You Quit Smoking

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By Timberlake Dental curated from Health Hub

“You know smoking isn’t healthy, but do you know what happens to your body when you quit?…”

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Commentary:

This is an enlightening and straightforward list of the almost immediate and timely benefits to your health that occur after you quit smoking.  It starts within 20 minutes after your quit, when your blood pressure and pulse rate drop to normal levels. At surprisingly short periods of time after you quit, one after another health improvements occur, until, after 15 years, you are as healthy, at least for the ailments associated with smoking, as a nonsmoker.

Just some of the health improvements that occur are:  lowering the risk of heart attack, sense of smell and taste improvement, circulation enhancement, energy level increases, and of course, reduction in the risk of mouth, throat, esophageal and lung cancer.  You may be surprised at how quickly some of these improvements take place!

Dr. Rodney Chowning, General Dentist Denton, TX

 

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