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The risk of heart disease after quitting is reduced after 15 years

A former smoker needs a minimum of 15 years to ensure that his body is completely updated and all the consequences of smoking tobacco
The results of research by American scientists have shown that people who quit smoking risk getting dangerous problems with the cardiovascular system for 15 years after giving up a bad habit.
Experts from Washington conducted an experiment lasting 13 years with the participation of more than 4,000 volunteers, examining in detail the data on their state of health. 2556 subjects did not smoke once in their lives, 629 were smokers at the time of the study, and 1,297 people quit smoking 15 years ago and earlier.
Analyzing all the data, experts came to the conclusion that a former smoker needs a minimum of 15 years to ensure that his body is completely updated and all the consequences of tobacco smoking have completely gone. In the case of heavy smokers who regularly smoked one pack a day for 32 or more years, everything turned out to be much sadder: they can take many times to get rid of high health risks.
As the results of the study showed, for 13 years with heart failure 21% of volunteers who did not smoke at all and the same number of former smokers who abandoned their addiction 15 years ago or more collided. But heavy smokers who have been in nicotine addiction for decades, faced heart problems in 30% of cases.
In addition, subjects who continued to smoke at the time of the experiment fell ill with heart disease 2 times more often than those who did not smoke at all or quit many years ago.
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