Have you ever wondered what happens when you quit smoking?
I’m not talking about the medical stuff like carbon monoxide levels lowering or your risk of emphysema or cancer decreasing; I’m pretty sure most smokers are already aware of that.
I’m talking about all the really good stuff that happens when you quit smoking!
- Your eyes will be whiter.
One of the first things I noticed when I quit smoking was how clear my eyes became! My yellowish, bloodshot eyes became white and clear again and the dark circles underneath them completely disappeared.
- You’ll smell so much nicer.
As a smoker I had no idea how bad my hair, breath, clothes and even just the space around me used to stink. I only realised it once I’d quit and was able to smell smokers.
- Your skin will be clearer.
Most smokers have dull, lacklustre and even greyish skin. Once you quit smoking and your oxygen levels increase, you should look brighter, fresher with a radiant glow.
One of my clients was once asked if she’d had a face lift after she’d quit smoking.
- You’ll have more energy.
As a smoker I was always tired and lethargic but used to put it down to my age. As soon as I quit smoking I had loads of energy and felt like I could run a marathon!
- You’ll be clearer headed.
Do you think it’s normal to have headaches? I used to think so! Since I quit smoking there are no more headaches or brain fog.
- You’ll be more relaxed.
Smoking causes anxiety and increases your heart rate which is the complete opposite of relaxation.
- You’ll be less anxious and less stressed.
Without the worry and anxiety and panic and stress of being a smoker, there’ll be one less massive thing to worry about.
- You’ll sleep better.
More oxygen, more relaxed and more calm leads to better sleep.
- You’ll be more attractive.
Lighter, brighter, fresher, radiant and glowing = more attractive.
- You’ll be happier.
How can you not be once all of the above starts to happen?!