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Most of us know that smoking is hazardous to our health.
But, do you know how quickly your health improves once you stop smoking? As it turns out, your health starts to improve within 20 minutes.
Check out the time table below to see the benefits of quitting for varying amounts of time. If you can quit for one year, your excess risk of coronary heart disease drops to half that of a smoker. Stop for 5 years and your risk of stroke drops to that of non-smokers. Ten years – your risk of lung cancer drops by half.
If you want to quit smoking, speak with your physician about your options. Also, many health psychologists specialize in smoking cessation and can be an invaluable resource in your efforts to quit.
Share this information with anyone who might want to stop smoking – it might be helpful.
Much of this information is from and available at www.cancer.org
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