Cigarette smoking is one of the most harmful ways a human destroys his/her own body and life. A huge number of population of the world is addicted to smoking, around thousands of people die every day due to cigarette smoking. In today’s world smoking is considered a form of socializing event, but many people are now being very health conscious about smoking and have decided to quit! If you are one of them, here are some important symptoms that your body shows after you have quit smoking.

Just 8 hours after you quit!

via

Here is when your first symptom shows up after you quit smoking, just 8 hours after you quit smoking you feel your first craving. After 8 hours you can literally feel the nicotine leaving your bloodstream, this is what causes you to have immense cravings!

One day after quitting…

via

After a day of quitting smoking, your actual mental stress starts to kick in, this is the time you need to be mentally strong about quitting smoking. After a day your body goes experiences the peak of anxiety and ‘stress’ levels, you will experience withdrawal symptoms and your body will crave for more nicotine!

After two-three days …

via

After two-three days of quitting smoking, you would have successfully cleared your body of all the nicotine that you accumulated over the years of smoking. You have given your body a chance to heal from the damage caused, now your food will taste and smell better as your receptors have healed.

After one week of quitting smoking…

via

If you have quit smoking for a week now, then you are in gear to quit it permanently, but this doesn’t mean that your symptoms will stop. After one week you might start coughing up a lot, this is a good sign as your body is now cleaning your lungs after the damage caused by smoking! These next symptoms are very important for you to know as move ahead in your quitting stages! Read on Next Page to find out…

After two weeks of quitting…

via

After two weeks of quitting smoking, your body starts feeling a little healthy, your blood circulation returns to normal as that of a non-smoker. The blood circulation improves especially circulation to the gums and teeth.

After one-two months of quitting…

via

After a few months of quitting smoking, you start experiencing a relief from anger, anxiety, insomnia to mild depression. Since, your lungs start to improve its functions, the risk of a heart attack or a stroke also reduces. These next symptoms are very important for you to know, find out on Next Page…

After a year of quitting smoking…

via

After a year or two of quitting smoking, you are almost as healthy as before you started smoking. Your coughing should have stopped and exercising is a lot easier. Your air sacks have almost healed now, but sadly your lungs won’t be as healthy as a non-smoker.

Five to ten years later…

via

After five to ten years of quitting smoking, you are now 50 percent less likely to get a heart attack or a stroke. Your chances of heart diseases have reduced considerably also your risks of getting diabetes are the same a non-smoker.