- 20 Minutes after you stop
Lower blood pressure and pulse occur 20 minutes after the last smoked cigarette.
- 24 Hours after stopping
Smokers have a 70% greater chance of having a heart attack. Just one day after you quit smoking, the risk of having a heart attack starts to decrease.
- 48 hours after stopping smoking
The senses of smell and taste begin to renew.
- Three days after stopping
The body will completely clean itself out of nicotine. However, the effects of nicotine stay for a while. Possible physical symptoms may occur, symptoms such as dizziness, headache and cramps.
- Between one month and nine months after quitting
The lungs are starting to be more resistant to infection.
- One year after quitting
The risk of heart and other diseases is decreased by 50%.