Saturday, June 8, 2013

HEALTH TIPS - WHAT HAPPENS WHEN A SMOKER QUITS

Did you know that just 1-9 weeks after you quit smoking, the little hairs, or cilia, that line your lungs begin to work normally again to keep your lungs clear from infection? And after 15 years, an ex-smoker's risk of heart disease will be equivalent to that of a non-smoker.

2 comments:

  1. Smoking can lead to lung cancer and chronic lung problems, such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, which can lead to a lower quality of life and death. It is the number one preventable cause of death. Smoking can lead to other organ damage, cadiovascular disease, other cancers and a host of health issues. Smoking causes one in five deaths and nine out of 10 cancer deaths according to the American Cancer Society.
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  2. It goes without saying that smoking is a dangerous habit.
    In spite of knowing the truth. Smoking causes many fatal diseases.
    It causes cancer, heart attack, chronic bronchitis and some other diseases.


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