Quitting smoking can be one of the most beneficial things you can do for your health and wellbeing. …read moreSee less
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What are the benefits of stopping smoking?
When you stop smoking you’re opening yourself up to a world of amazing benefits, and you may not have even considered all of them!
For starters, let’s think about all of the cash you’ll be saving when you don’t have to buy a packet of cigarettes every other day!
The NHS estimates that the average smoker could save an average of £141 a month or £1,696 a year when they give up!
If you put your smoking money into a piggy bank for one year just imagine what you could do with that money instead!
Holiday of a lifetime? Giant TV? The Christmas shopping spree you’ve always dreamed of? The possibilities are almost endless!
And we haven’t even spoken about the health benefits yet, kicking your smoking habit can leave you with benefits such as:
- Your sense of taste and smell improves
- Your lung function improves
- Your teeth and skin will look healthier
- You won’t smell like cigarette smoke
- Your fertility levels will improve and you’ll have a higher chance of having a healthy pregnancy
- Your fitness levels will improve overall
What are the hardest days when quitting smoking?
When trying to quit smoking, the physical symptoms of nicotine withdrawal can strike at any time.
However, many quitters have found that the third day without cigarettes is the hardest, as this is when the symptoms are at their worst.
Thankfully, these symptoms should start to gradually get better after day 3 and you’ll be over the worst of it in no time.
What happens to your skin when you quit smoking?
Much like the rest of your body, smoking can negatively affect your skin too.
It can cause premature ageing, dark spots, psoriasis, eczema, acne, and even a type of skin cancer called squamous cell carcinoma.
Luckily, you can reverse these effects by quitting smoking; your skin will look younger and healthier after just 6 months.
When should I stop smoking while pregnant?
Smoking during your pregnancy is extremely risky for you and your baby - it increases the risk of premature birth, ectopic pregnancy, birth defects, miscarriage, stillbirth and sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).
The sooner you quit smoking during your pregnancy, the better, so you should start to think about quitting as soon as you find out you’re pregnant.
Whilst quitting at any time during your pregnancy is beneficial, it’s far more beneficial to quit before week 15.