What happens when you quit ?

There are multiple benefits, day after day

After 20 minutesBlood pressure and heart rate return to normal.
After 6 hoursCells are oxygenated normally. The level of carbon monoxide, responsible for cardiovascular disease, is reduced by half every 6 hours.
After 24 hoursThe level of carbon monoxide is almost non-existent. The risk of a heart attack is considerably reduced.
After 48 hoursSense of taste and smell improves. Taste buds start to regain their full ability.
After 72 hoursBreathing improves and the bronchial tubes relax.
After 2 to 3 weeksThe feeling of stress is lessened. Complexion improves gradually, wrinkles and lines fade, breath is more pleasant and as you are slowly but surely weaned off tobacco, you will discover how much money is being saved!
After 15 to 90 daysTiredness and coughing is reduced. Walking is easier. Circulation improves as the blood flow returns to normal.
After 1 to 9 monthsThe bronchial cilia start to grow back and begin cleansing the respiratory tract.
After 1 yearThe elevated risk of a stroke is reduced significantly. The risk of myocardial infarction is halved.
After 5 yearsThe risk of lung cancer is reduced by approximately 30%, depending on how long you had been smoking and the number of cigarettes smoked.
After 10 yearsThe risk of lung cancer is reduced by 50%.
After 15 yearsThe risk of lung cancer is similar to that of a non-smoker. Life expectancy is also comparable to that of a non-smoker.

  Remember: 1 less cigarette is 10 minutes more life!