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Cancer Prevention Institute of Texas
UT Health San Antonio

Quitting Gives You a “Right Now” Health Boost!

You’ve probably heard that quitting smoking can add years to your life.

Well, it’s true. Quitting will lower your blood pressure and lowers your future risk of cancer, heart attacks, stroke, cataracts, and your immune system will improve so you will be less likely to get sick. You’ll literally add years—quality years—to your life by quitting now, according to scientific research.

And there are immediate benefits to quitting smoking, too.

After just two months after quitting, you’ll be coughing and wheezing less. Your blood is less thick and sticky and blood flow to your hands and feet has improved.

Soon, your skin will look healthier, and more youthful. Your teeth and fingernails will not be stained. And—guys, listen up—you’ll be less likely to suffer from erectile dysfunction!

Quit now for your health!

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