Within mere minutes of quitting, your body will start benefiting.1 And it will keep benefiting for every hour, day, month and year that you stay smoke-free.
The benefits of quitting smoking last a lifetime,3 and your whole body – as well as your friends and family – will thank you for it.
If you want help in getting started, it's helpful to know that smokers are up to 4x more likely to succeed in quitting with the help of a healthcare professional compared to quitting unaided.4
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