Khamis, 29 Julai 2010

Why Do I Quit Smoking

Today, many smokers give up not only because of the health risks to themselves, but also to those around them. Others choose to give up in order to save money or to stop smoking from interrupting their daily routines. And some just want to feel better and for their clothes to smell better. I have this reason also. I wanted people around me to become healthy and to save money.

I hope that I can still get this benefit when I quit smoking :

Reduced blood pressure
Within 1 month, not only will your circulation have improved, but your blood pressure and pulse rate will also decrease.
Improved immune system
After 1 month your immune system will have begun to show signs of recovery, reducing susceptibility to colds and flu.
Healthier lungs
Within 2 months, your lungs will no longer be producing extra phlegm caused by smoking. As a result, breathing will become much easier.
Improved lung function
After 3 months, your lung function can increase by up to 30% resulting in improved oxygen intake and increased energy levels.
Reduce the risk of smoking related disease
By quitting smoking, you will reduce the risk of smoking related diseases such as respiratory infections and heart attack.
Smoking can cause erectile dysfunction. There's now evidence to show that quitting may restore and actually improve erectile dysfunction.

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