There is a direct correlation to smoking and one’s health.
From the day a smoker starts smoking their health diminishes over time from the effects of the lethal toxins contained within cigarette smoke.
There has been enough time for statistics and studies to prove that smoking is very bad for one’s health.
There has also been enough time for statistics and studies that have proven one’s health improves dramatically over time when they have quit smoking;.
There is nothing but positive benefits to better health by quitting smoking today.
Smoking and Health effects on individual smokers
Unless they quit, up to half of all smokers will die from their smoking, most of them before their 70th birthday and only after years of suffering a reduced quality of life.
Furthermore, the average smoker will die about eight years earlier than a similar non-smoker. Life expectancy improves after a smoker quits.
There is also strong scientific evidence that smoking is related to more than two dozen diseases and conditions. Fortunately, most of these start to reverse after a smoker quits smoking. In fact, the benefits of quitting may begin in a matter of hours.
All smokers are at extra risk for:
Coronary heart disease (for example, heart attacks);
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