Break the addiction cycle. Quit smoking and rewire your brain. The nicotine receptors in your brain will return to normal levels after a couple months.
Here are 6 reasons to get you going!
Just two weeks after quitting cigarettes, your blood circulation significantly improves. Exercise becomes easier and more enjoyable. Day to day tasks put less strain on your cardiovascular system.
Quitting cigarettes and or nicotine reduces stress. Scientific studies have proved that people's stress levels drop after they stop smoking.
Your sense of taste and smell will improve. Toxic chemicals found in cigarettes dull these senses. After quitting, fragrances and tastes become more pronounced and pleasant.
When you stop smoking, facial aging slows and the appearance of wrinkles is delayed. Your skin is able to get more oxygen and nutrients.
Smaller Belly did you say? Yes! “Quitting smoking can reduce belly fat and lower your risk of diabetes. If you already have diabetes, quitting can help keep your blood sugar levels in check.”2
Protect your loved ones! Breathing in secondhand smoke increases the risk of lung cancer, heart disease and stroke. “In children, it doubles the risk of getting chest illnesses, including pneumonia, ear infections, wheezing and asthma.”1