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The Benefits of Stopping Smoking (Part Two)

by: Rob Mellor
In part one we talked about the benefits in the first few days of giving up smoking and how within twenty minutes good stuff is going on in your body. In this part weíre going to talk about the benefits after a couple of weeks up until 15 years where your risk of coronary heart disease becomes the same as a person that never smoked.

Lets start within a couple of months of giving up. Through these weeks your circulation and breathing improve making it easier to walk. Your lungs start functioning up to 30% better.

Starting in this time and sometimes taking up to a year your coughing, fatigue and shortness of breathe decrease and your immune system improves. This makes you a lot healthier in only a year and you will be able to feel the difference, I know I did.

Within one year of giving up smoking your risk of coronary heart disease is half that of a smoker and then within two years the risk of you having a heart attack drops to near normal. This means that after two years you are one your way to been almost as healthy as someone who doesnít smoke.

Within five years of quitting your risk of having a stroke is reduced and the risk of getting lung cancer is halved. This is almost reduced to similar of someone who has never smoked by ten years and chances of getting other cancers such as mouth, larynx, bladder and kidney are dramatically reduced.

After 15 years the risk of you having coronary heart disease becomes the same as someone who has never smoked.

That is good news isnít it. From day one your becoming more healthier and after a couple of years the risk of disease is been reduced. After around 10 to 15 years your body is almost that of someone who has never smoked adding years to your life which goes to show that itís never too late to quit smoking.

Now you need to plan on how your going to quit smoking as Iím sure you want to after reading this. You will need to plan and get a good easy way to quit which you can by going to my website.


About the author:
Rob Mellor owns the www.quit-smoking-expert.comwebsite helping normal people quit smoking in less than 40 minutes. Please visit the site to get help quit smoking



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