No Smoking Day; what happens to your body when you give up smoking?

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The British Heart Foundation are hoping to encourage people to stub out their cigarettes today in aid of No Smoking Day. The campaign, which has been running since 1983, hopes to offer advice and guidance to those wanting to quit the habit. A new study has totted up the amount smokers spend on cigarettes each year. The average smoker will puff on 13 cigarettes a day which equates to £4,754 a year. However, if that doesn’t make you falter when reaching for a cigarette, perhaps the realities of the physical effects will. Perhaps understanding how giving up cigarettes directly affects the body – for the better and as soon as 20 minutes after the last puff – will help. Read full article

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Sarah Barns. (11 March 2015) No Smoking Day; what happens to your body when you give up smoking? [newspaper]. Retrieved from http://www.express.co.uk/life-style/health/563206/No-Smoking-Day-happens-body-give-up-cigarettes-nicotine-withdrawal-cancer-risk

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