Smoking wreaks havoc on your body, there is no doubt in that. Period. No matter how much you try to justify by calling it a mere addiction or whatsoever, deep down you know that it is killing you from the inside. But ever wondered, what would happen if you stop smoking abruptly, letting your body cleanse?
Leaving smoking at once can be very difficult for you, getting that filthy fags out of your system is hard and we won’t impose that on you too! So here is a step-by-step guide on what wonders your body go through a period of time when you stop smoking.
Here is what the video preaches, this is what happens when you quit smoking:
Your blood pressure and heart rate returns back to normal, cold feeling caused due to nicotine also bounces back to average state.
Due to the decreasing dopamine in body, you incessantly crave for nicotine which may cause drowsiness, moodiness and may led you to sleeplessness.
As Carbon monoxide from your body clears, your oxygen in blood returns to nominal levels.
Twenty Four Hours:
Risk of contracting hazardous artery diseases slops down due to stop in smoking, cleared toxins lead to escalating cough.
Forty Eight Hours:
Nicotine and metabolites are eliminated out of your body, nerve damage begins to regrow, and taste buds start returning to their normal capacity. It means that food starts to taste better, which was damaged by the excessive inhalation of tar and chemicals.
Seventy Two Hours:
Due to heightened nicotine withdrawal, you feel nausea, headache, anxiety and cramps.
Any risk of cancer, cardiovascular diseases, and Type 2 diabetes sloshes down at high levels.
Three – Ninth Months:
Dust sweeping hair in the lungs are repaired, coughing and shortness of breath is almost eliminated.
Any risk of heart diseases due to extreme deposits of fatty material or scar tissue are nullified.
If you hadn’t quit till now, you might be developing the systems of lung cancer. However, more than half of your chances of getting that are reduced to zero.
After Fifteen Years:
The chances of getting heart attack returns back to the average of a person who has never smoked before.
So, do you really love your life? STOP SMOKING!
Note: This yearly stats can vary based on average number of cigarettes you smoke.