(HealthDay News) -- As soon as you quit smoking, you begin to
reduce your risk of cancer, heart disease, lung disease and
Quitting the habit also will boost your quality of life, the
womenshealth.gov website says, mentioning these examples:
- You'll have more energy, will breathe easier and will have
better lung performance during physical activity.
- You'll have improved senses of taste and smell.
- The stains on your fingers will start to fade.
- Your clothes, hair and breath won't smell of smoke.
- Your skin will appear healthier, and your dental health will
- You'll feel better about yourself once you've quit.
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