It’s been a month since you made a commitment to quit smoking. Nicely done.
If you’re still planning to quit smoking, prepare yourself with these helpful tips:
What to expect after the first 24 hours after you stop
Here’s how to prepare for those pesky physical withdrawal symptoms
Why your mood fluctuates after quitting (psst … it’s the nicotine) and how to stay positive
Even if you’ve made a slip or two during the month, you’ve still made monumental strides – and now it’s time to reap the rewards.
Yes, there are indeed rewards. But what are they? Well, funny you should ask …
The average time to smoke a cigarette is six minutes. If you’re a pack-a-day smoker, it means you will save almost two hours a day for 30 days Your monthly time-saving total to almost 60 hours.
Cigarettes are expensive, ranging from $ 5 to $ 15 per pack (depending on the state). Quitting smoking for a month means that Smokers consuming one pack a day can save about $ 300 on average.
For one month without cigarettes, your body is already in the process of healing itself. You will find that breathing is easier for you Increase in lung capacity and function. Blood circulation improves, as does exercise endurance, resulting in a renewed ability to engage in cardiovascular activities.
A brighter smile:
Quitting smoking for a month will improve all aspects of your oral health: you have a reduced risk of oral cancer and gum disease, a brighter smile, and an improved sense of taste and smell.