What Happens to Your Body When You Quit Smoking? (Infographic)

A look at recovery, from the inside out

We all know smoking is bad for you. But did you realize how effective your body is at repairing itself?

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Even if you’ve been a lifelong smoker, it is never too late to quit. In this infographic, our experts explain how your lungs – and the rest of your body – begin recovering beginning in less than a half hour after you quit.

You supply the determination. Your doctor can help determine which smoking cessation method will work best for you.

Even if you’ve been a lifelong smoker, it is never too late to quit. In this infographic, our experts explain how your lungs – and the rest of your body – begin recovering beginning in less than a half hour after you quit.

Even if you’ve been a lifelong smoker, it is never too late to quit. In this infographic, our experts explain how your lungs – and the rest of your body – begin recovering beginning in less than a half hour after you quit.

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