What happens once you stop smoking?

Quitting smoking is one of the most beneficial health decisions you can do. Here's what happens to your health and overall well-being when you quit smoking

Improved Circulation: As blood circulation improves, hands and feet become warmer.

Reduced Heart Rate: As time passes, your heart rate gradually restores to a more healthy level.

Improved Lung Function: As lung function improves, breathing becomes easier. Coughing and shortness of breath may become less severe.

Taste and Smell: Your senses of taste and smell start to improve.

Increased Energy: You may experience a boost in energy and less weariness.

Better Skin: As oxygen and nutrients reach the skin more effectively, the skin's look may improve.

Reduced Risk of Health Issues: Over time, the risk of different health issues such as heart disease, stroke, lung diseases, and some malignancies reduces.

Coughing and phlegm production tend to diminish: Coughing and phlegm production tend to decrease.

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