- In 20 minutes
- In 8 to 12 hours
- In 48 hours
- In 2 weeks to 3 months
- In 1 to 9 months
- In 1 year
- In 5 years
- In 10 years
- In 15 years
20 minutes after you stop smoking, your heart rate drops.
8 to 12 hours after quitting, your blood carbon monoxide level drops.
48 hours after quitting, your ability to smell and taste improves.
2 weeks to 3 months after quitting, your risk of heart attack drops.
1 to 9 months after quitting, you’ll feel less short of breath and cough less.
1 year after quitting, your risk of heart disease will be cut in half.
5 years after quitting, your risk of stroke decreases.
10 years after quitting, your risk of lung cancer drops to that of someone who’s never smoked.
15 years after quitting, your risk of heart disease is the same as someone who’s never smoked.
Smoking is expensive. The cost of cigarettes can really add up fast. Want to know how much money you’ll save if you quit? Just use the calculator below. We think you’ll be surprised!
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