When you stop smoking this happens

The best decision you can make for your health is to quit smoking. Your body will experience numerous positive changes over time. Here's a timeline and description of the benefits that happen when you quit smoking:

 Within 20 minutes:

Your heart rate and blood pressure start to drop to normal levels.

Circulation improves, leading to better blood flow to your extremities.

Within 8 hours:

The levels of carbon monoxide in your blood decrease, allowing more oxygen to reach your vital organs.

Oxygen levels in your body return to normal.

Within 24 hours:

The risk of heart attack starts to decreases

Your lungs start to clear out mucus and debris, making it easier to breathe.

Clean and healthy lungs
Clean and healthy lungs

Within 48 hours:

Nerve endings begin to regrow, improving your sense of taste and smell.

The risk of having a heart attack continues to decrease.

Within 72 hours:

Breathing becomes easier as your lung capacity increases.

Energy levels begin to improve.

Within 2-12 weeks:

Blood circulation continues to improve, enhancing physical activity and reducing the risk of complications from poor circulation.

Lung function increases, leading to better endurance and stamina.

Within 1-9 months:

Coughing, wheezing, and shortness of breath decrease as lung function improves.

The risk of respiratory infections decreases.

Young couple on beach checking heart rate after run
Young couple on beach checking heart rate after run

Within 1 year:

The risk of coronary heart disease is halved compared to that of a smoker.

Your heart and cardiovascular system benefit from the absence of smoking.

Within 5 years:

The risk of stroke decreases to that of a non-smoker.

The risk of several types of cancer, such as mouth, throat, esophagus, and bladder, is reduced.

Within 10 years:

The risk of dying from lung cancer drops to about half that of a continuing smoker.

The risk of pancreatic cancer decreases.

Within 15 years:

The risk of coronary heart disease becomes similar to that of someone who has never smoked.

Long-term health benefits continue to increase, and the risk of various smoking-related diseases continues to decline.

Young couple: man and  woman run together on a sunset on lake coast.  Silhouette.
Young couple: man and woman run together on a sunset on lake coast. Silhouette.

Hypnotherapy to help you quit smoking

Choose hypnotherapy to quit smoking. It removes the urges and cravings. You quit smoking in one hour then you are free to get on with a healthier, wealthier and happier life.


What to expect from your hypnotherapy session