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RT @rzaluton: Quit smoking, drinking this shit, I better live till I'm 200 years old, beast. ✌ http://t.co/mWzabwY2mL
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Quit Smoking Timeline

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Quit Smoking Timeline has been responsible to help thousands of people Quit Smoking & live a healthy life style
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It is unbelievable to see how many people would love to stop smoking even though it is not easy to achieve it. Some will succeed in short period of time while some may take longer than expected. Whatever it is, you need to understand the quit smoking timeline so that you will know whether the steps you take to quit smoking really works or not.

 

You may waste a lot of your time and money buying all sort of things that can help you in your quest to stop smoking permanently if you do not know the quit smoking timeline. If you know the timeline, than you know whatever methods or products you have tried are working tremendously. When you take the first step to quit smoking, your body will start to heal by itself and you may not aware of this situation at all. Your blood pressure and pulse rate will drop in the first few minutes after you smoke your last cigarette.

 

Other quit smoking timeline that you may not aware of is your blood oxygen level climbs to normal while your carbon monoxide level in blood decrease to normal. The timeline for you to reach this important level is somewhere around 8 to 10 hours since your last cigarette. You may be wondering what will happen after 24 hours?

 

Before this there is a high chance that you will get a stroke or heart attack but if you stop smoking, the chances for you of having a heart attack is largely reduce. Now do you see the benefit of quitting your smoking habit.

The quit smoking timeline that you will experience in the next 2 to 5 days is that you will realize that your sense of smell and taste are improving greatly.

 

A heavy smoker is always having problem to taste something and this thing really bothering them.

 

Once you have your sense back, you will definitely have all the confidence in the world to stop smoking. The chances of you getting a lung cancer will also greatly reduce and the blood circulation inside your body will improve after 3 weeks to 1 month.

 

There is no secret that most smokers will always cough all the time. Not only that, the also have a very bad breath. After several months, all these symptoms will decrease slowly and you will have a lot of energy than ever before. This is because the ingredients that contain in a cigarette will make you easily feel tired and shorten your breath.

 

After a year, you probably will not have to worry of getting a coronary heart disease anymore. As you can see, how important it is to learn the quit smoking timeline so you know you are on the right track. Before you know it, your health condition is almost the same as people who do not smoke at all.

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