A SMOKER only knows the craving caused by Nicotine and that's only a reason it makes difficult to QUIT SMOKING habit. Though everybody is aware  "The damage is done”, so let's focus on how our body mechanism works when an individual quits his/her habit.

Our body has an amazing ability to heal itself, and it happens quicker less than half an hour after the last cigarette. And keep a plan to handle those cravings, especially in the first few weeks.
After 20 Minutes:

In less time sitcom, your body’s already getting better. After 20 minutes, your pulse and blood pressure start to drop and becomes normal. And your hands and feet warm up to their normal temperature.
After 8 Hours:
The amount of nicotine and carbon monoxide in your blood. Carbon monoxide is a chemical in cigarette, and it accumulates healthy oxygen in your blood. Due to which muscles in your brain, because they don’t get the oxygen they need.
But as the chemical’s levels drop, your oxygen gets back to normal.
You really need to find ways to distract yourself until the feeling passes. You could try making a craving playlist, chewing gum, or sipping water.
After 12 Hours:

Carbon monoxide level is back to normal. The heart doesn't need to pump that hard as before to oxygenate the blood.
After 24 Hours:

One full day without a cigarette, you’ve lowered your heart attack chances. That’s your first success.
After 48 Hours:

With 2 days down, your senses of taste and smell get sharper as your nerve endings start to heal. Treat yourself to tasty food for your achievement.
Lungs now start healthy cleanups as it kicks out mucus and other gunk left from cigarettes.
Now your body is Nicotine free.
This is the toughest time as withdrawal symptoms start appearing making you feel anxious, dizzy, hungry, or tired. You might get headaches or feel bored or depressed.
It's actually NORMAL. Keep yourself focussed and Stick to your plan. If you are getting deviated then just go to a movie or a store where you can’t smoke.
After 3 Days:

Lungs functioning will get much better, you will stay energized and breathe much easier.
After 2 Weeks - 3 Months:

During this time, lungs are stronger and clearer, and your blood flow will get improved.
You have overcome the withdrawal symptoms
After 3-9 Months:

Healthy deeper, clearer breaths will bless your lungs. Instead of hacking, your cough clears things out and protects your body from obstruction, choking, cold and illnesses.
You’ll also have more energy.
After 1 Year:

At the end of year 1, you have achieved your milestone. And your risk of heart disease is now half of what it was a year ago.
After 5 Years:

Your chances of a stroke and cervical cancer, cancer of the mouth, throat, esophagus, or bladder have decreased as likely as a nonsmoker
After 10 Years:

Chances you’ll get cancer of the larynx (voice box) and pancreas both drop out as a healthy human.
After 15 Years:
Your body has done a ton of recovery and healing.
The rewards are very real and clear.
Despite, of smoke fumes all around you, you will find only love and affection for your family, friends.
And you have achieved health for yourself. Stay blessed with good health forever



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