Have a look at what happens with your body when you quit smoking

For years now, research has shown that smoking is very harmful and has terrible consequences. For many, quitting smoking seems to be an enormous challenge, especially from the psychological aspect. Smokers find it difficult to find motivation and state that smoking is a way of relaxing, which shouldn’t be taken away from them.

Leading a healthy life isn’t easy, especially with fast food or drugs luring us at each corner but it’s worth taking care of yourself. And as scientists say, the first positive changes in your body happen just 20 minutes after your last cig. Have a look for yourself:


20 minutes

Your heart’s rhythm comes back to normal, capillaries and vessels start regenerating. Blood flow to fingers and feet is improved.


12 hours

The levels of carbon in your blood fall, oxygen rises. Your blood’s chemistry returns to normal.