7 Things That Happen to Your Body When You Quit Smoking

By The Captain December 10, 2019


You improve the quality of your blood

The normal process of smoking consists of burning tobacco and inhaling it. This seemingly relaxing activity opens the way for thousands of chemicals to enter your body, among which carbon monoxide. This substance is absorbed into the bloodstream at a rapid pace, making your blood “thicker” and “stickier” the more you smoke.

When you stop smoking, you manage to lower the carbon monoxide levels in your blood in the very first 12 hours of quitting! More than that, your blood regains its normal viscosity and smooth flow.


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