What happens to your body when you stop smoking [Infographic]

Putting down the cigarettes once and for all can be a daunting task. This infographic from Huffington Post UK provides the kind of motivation former smokers need to stay on track and reach their short-term and long-term goals of staying tobacco-free.  

Next time you consider lighting up again, remind yourself of all of the good that starts happening just 20 minutes after you've taken your last puff. The effects only get better after eight hours, 24 hours, three days, two months, one year, etc. 

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