All the great benefits of quitting smoking

Quitting smoking may seem harder to put to practice than to hear it being preached.However we must realize that indirectly or directly smoking harms every single part of our body.  In the United States alone, smoking is responsible for nearly 1 in 5 deaths, and about 8.6 million people suffer from smoking-related lung and heart diseases.In order to motivate people , here are some of the benefits of quitting smoking.

Your blood pressure goes down,your pulse rate slows and your blood circulation also increases.You attain an improved lung flow and your Bronchial tubes relax. You will notice that your chest feels more relaxed when you take in deep breaths and your chances of getting lung infections or coughing spells will also decrease.The temperature of your hands and feet increases.Your lips and teeth regain colour.The Skin regains its vitality and will look younger and fresher.

Smoking often leads to panic attacks. Panic attacks come with a multitude of symptoms including dizziness, , sweating, choking, palpitations,chills, chest pain, trembling etc.Taking a step away from smoking can bring all of this down and eventually to a standstill.

A smoke ( in loose ) costs about 6 rupees and on an average, a smoker can go from 3-20+ cigarettes in a day.So a passive smoker spends about Rs540 per month whereas an active smoker spends up to Rs. 2000 or more only on his smokes. Cutting down and then slowly quitting smoking can help you be cost cutting and cost efficient. It will also help you cut down on you

Quitting smoking improves the lining of the womb and can make men’s sperm more potent. Becoming a non-smoker increases the possibility of conceiving and most importantly, it improves the chances of giving birth to a healthy baby.

Exercising will be easier.You will not feel lethargic easily and will experience a higher stamina and higher energy levels.. Running a few metres will not make you pant and sweat Your sense of taste and smell will be enhanced. This means that you”ll be able to experience and taste food better

These are some of the effects you will experience in a few months time. However in about 2 years time, it will have long lasting impacts on your health.You will have a heart attack and in more time will have your lungs in a similar condition as that of a non smoker.

 

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