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This Is What Happens To Your Body When You Stop Smoking

Guess what? Smoking is bad for you.

Shock horror, we know…

After years of NHS campaigns, warnings on the front of cigarette packets and painstaking PSE lessons, we think we’ve grasped the fact that smoking isn’t the best way to a nice long life.

So instead of labouring that point, this video aims to show just how quickly your health can improve, once you quit.

Although it’ll take twenty years for your chances of dying of lung cancer to return to the levels of a non-smoker, in just 48 hours your sense of smell and taste will improve. So that’s something.

And in just a year, your chances of developing coronary heart disease will have reduced by 50%.

You can check the whole timeline out here:

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