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Health/ Here’s what you consume every time you smoke a cigarette .

If you are a smoker, you can quit when you find out what is really going on in your body after you smoke a cigarette. The graph below shows the harmful ingredients in cigarettes. Hexamine, stearic acid and cadmium may not mean much to you until you see the image below and understand their meaning.

 

Here's what you consume every time you smoke a cigarette .

Here’s what you consume every time you smoke a cigarette .

If the above scheme has put your hair up on your head, you should be afraid as it is absolutely true. Cigarettes contain cadmium from batteries, butane from lighter fluid, methane from sewage gas, and arsenic, a deadly poison. They also contain ammonia from the toilet cleaner, methanol from rocket fuel, hexamine from barbecue fire starters, and stearic acid from candle wax. Incredible but true ! But you are probably a chronic smoker, and this pattern does not encourage you to start a smoking cessation process. Keep reading because we have a great idea for you. If you need more reasons to quit smoking, consider the speed with which the body recovers after you quit smoking. In just 20 minutes after you quit smoking, your heart rate and blood pressure drop and it doesn’t stop there. (source) Two weeks later, your blood circulation improves and your lung function is improved. A year after you quit smoking, your risk of heart disease is cut in half. In addition, there are many changes that you notice immediately. Food will taste better, your breath will be fresher, your hair and clothes will smell better, and your teeth and nails will turn from yellow to white. It is not easy enough to quit smoking, but the benefits are endless. Try your luck, it’s really worth it!

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