Your heart rate will drop back to normal level.
Heart rate and blood pressure will get close to the normal levels again. Nicotine withdrawal symptoms will start to appear.
Nicotine in your bloodstream will fall to 6.25% of normal peak daily levels.
Carbon monoxide decreases in your body, resulting in normal oxygen levels in your bloodstream.
The risk of coronary artery disease and heart attack will start to decrease.
Your damaged nerve endings will start to regrow and your sense of smell and taste will begin to improve.
Your body will be 100% free from nicotine. You will feel withdrawal symptoms like headache, nausea, anxiety, depression etc.
Blood circulation and heart function will improve considerably within 3 weeks. Your lungs may also begin to clear with an increase in functional abilities. Breathing will become easier.
Within 9 months, your withdrawal symptoms will completely go away. The cilia inside the lungs will also start to repair.
The risk of heart disease is lowered to half that of a smoker’s.
The risk of having a stroke decreases as that of a non-smoker.
Your risk of dying from lung cancer will decrease to half that of a smoker’s. The risk of getting other type of cancers also decreases.
Your risk for heart disease will be the same as that of a non-smoker.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nonsmokers live about 10 years longer than smokers