Positive things that happen to your body when you quit smoking

11 Jun 2019 Nicotex_Infographic_Quitline QUITLINE the Nicotex way Onwards... Your body has done a world of recovery and healing. It may seem like an unbearableprocess when you start out but you CAN get through it. It's worth it, so start now. After Fifteen Years Finally, after 15 years of stayingsmoke free, the chances that you'll get heart disease are the same as thatof a non smoker! After Ten Years You are now half as likely to getlung cancer, compared to someone whostill smokes. Chances that you'll get cancerof the larynx and pancreas both drop After Five Years Your chances of a stroke and cervical cancer are now the same as a non smoker. Compared to when you first quit, you are half as likely to get cancer of the mouth,throat, esophagus or bladder After One Year Your risk of heart disease is now half of what it was a year ago. You deserve to reward yourself for reaching a milestone! After 3-9 months You'll find yourself takingdeeper, clearer breaths & will have significantly more energy. Your immunity will also be stronger After 2 weeks-3 months Your lungs & blood circulation are significantly stronger; your risk ofVheart attack has reduced even further At the end of Day 3 You will noticeably breatheeasier & have more energy After 48 hours Your nerve endings start to heal sharpening your sense of taste & smell. You don't have any nicotine in your body After 24 hours You've lowered your heart attack risk After 12 hours Your carbon monoxide level is back to normal; your heart doesn't have to pump as hard After 8 hours Your blood now hashalf the amount of nicotine and carbon monoxide After 20 minutes Your pulse and blood pressuredrop back to normal