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2 Weeks to 3 Months

Physical Improvements:

  • Circulation continues to improve.
  • Lung function increases, making physical activity easier.

10 Years

Significant Health Gains:

  • The risk of lung cancer is about half that of a smoker's.
  • The risk of other cancers, such as pancreas and bladder, decreases.

24 to 72 Hours

Breathing Easier:

  • Breathing becomes easier as bronchial tubes relax and lung function improves.
  • The risk of a heart attack starts to decrease.

15 Years

Normalization:

  • The risk of coronary heart disease is similar to that of a non-smoker.

1 Year

Risk Reduction:

  • The risk of coronary heart disease is half that of a smoker.
  • Coughing, congestion, and shortness of breath further decrease.

5 Years

Reduced Risks:

  • The risk of stroke is similar to that of a non-smoker.
  • The risk of certain cancers, such as mouth, throat, and esophagus, decreases.

1 Week

Nicotine Withdrawal:

  • Symptoms of nicotine withdrawal may peak around this time.
  • Cravings, irritability, and difficulty concentrating may be experienced.

First 20 Minutes to 12 Hours

Immediate Improvements:

  • Within 20 minutes, your heart rate and blood pressure begin to drop.
  • Carbon monoxide levels in your blood return to normal within 12 hours, improving oxygen circulation.