WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU QUIT SMOKING (Part 2)
Twenty-Four to Seventy-Two Hours After You Quit Smoking
Twenty-four hours after you quit:
Risk of coronary artery disease, which is 70% higher in smokers, starts to decline
Risk of heart attack is also reduced
Forty-eight hours after you quit:
Nerve endings affecting smell and taste will start to re-grow
Ability to smell and taste will begin to improve
Seventy-Two Hours After you Quit:
With nicotine out of the body, the withdrawal symptoms begin to peak, and physical/emotional symptoms heighten
These symptoms include:
This is when quitting smoking becomes especially difficult and most smokers fail.
With "Just Stop" all of these symptoms will be greatly reduced or eliminated.
You will be forever grateful for what you're doing to help your health and save you money when you stop purchasing those expensive cigarettes.