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What happens after your last cigarette?
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What happens after your last cigarette?

You already know smoking is bad for you. But did you realize how effective your body is at repairing itself after you quit?

Here's what happens to your body after you put out that last cigarette:


20 minutes after quitting

Blood pressure and pulse return to normal levels. 

8 hours after quitting

Blood oxygen level has increased to normal and carbon monoxide levels in the blood have dropped to normal. 

24 hours after quitting

Anxiety levels should have returned to normal and the risk of heart attack begins to drop. 

48 hours after quitting

Sense of smell and taste begin to return to normal. 

3 days after quitting

Your body is 100% nicotine free. Withdrawals symptoms begin to lessen.

1-9 months after quitting

Breathing becomes easier (less couching), lung function and overall energy improve.  

1 year after quitting

Risk of coronary heart disease has dropped to less than half that of a smoker.

5 years after quitting

Risk of stroke is the same as a non-smoker.

10 years after quitting

Risk of developing certain types of cancer has dropped to half that of a smoker.

15 years after quitting

Risk of coronary heart disease is the same as a non-smoker.

Even if you've been smoking for a very long time, it's never too late to quit. Our family of supplements was specifically formulated to support you in this journey. Learn more about how Resist and Restore can help you control cravings and replenish lost nutrients. 


Veronica Wilson
I have tried do many products not one helped me .I been smoking for a long time .so do you have to take both of the product or just one and which one thank you

Does insurance pay for for this supplement.

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