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This is what really happens to your body when you quit smoking

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Struggling to ditch the fags? Or maybe you’re just curious to see what would happen if you actually did muster the energy to quit?

Either way, the effect that stopping smoking actually has on your body is quite astounding, if not even a little bit encouraging. From the length of time that cough lasts, to how long you’ve got before you can walk upstairs without wheezing more than Darth Vader with a cold.

what happens to your body when you stop smoking

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