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Looking for some good reasons to quit smoking? Besides the millions of obvious reasons to quit smoking, there are many health benefits to quitting smoking. Here are just a few health reasons to quit smoking.

#1 - Within 20 minutes of quitting smoking your lungs and airways begin to heal and your blood pressure and pulse return to normal.

#2 - Eight hours after quitting smoking, the nicotine levels in your blood reduces by 50%, and your oxygen levels return to normal.

#3 - Twenty-four hours after quitting smoking, your lungs begin clearing out mucus and other smoking debris.

#4 - Forty-eight hours after quitting smoking, your body is free of all nicotine and your sense of taste and smell greatly improves.

#5 - Seventy-two hours after quitting smoking, your bronchial tubes will relax, allowing you to breathe easier, and you will have more energy?

#6 - Two to 12 weeks after quitting smoking, your blood circulation improves.

#7 - Three to 9 months after quitting smoking, your coughing, wheezing and breathing difficulties begin to improve.

#8 - Five years after quitting smoking, your chance of experiencing a heart attack drops 50%.

#9 - Ten years after quitting smoking, your chance of developing lung cancer drops about 50% and your chance of experiencing a heart attack is that of someone who has never smoked.

#10 - It's never too late to quit. Even if you are 65 years old, you can reduce your risk of dying of smoking related diseases by 50% if you quit smoking now.

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