The good news is that it’s never too late to quit. If you stop smoking, you’ll improve your health and reduce your long-term risks – and you’ll see immediate benefits, some within just a few hours! And the benefits don’t stop there - Within several years your stroke and heart disease risk can equal that of a non-smoker’s and your risk of cancer will be dramatically reduced as well.
- Q Do less people smoke in the U.S. than in the past?
- Q What color is nicotine?
- Q How can I deal with nicotine cravings after I quit using nicotine?
- Q What factors make a nicotine addiction worse?
- Q Can I restore my physical appearance if I quit smoking?
- Q How can I nudge my friends to stop smoking without being a nag?