September 30, 2017 Harvey Brown

According to American Lung Association, 20 minutes after quitting smoking your heart rate drops to a normal level. In ten years, your risk of dying from lung cancer drops by 50 percent, and in 15 years you are no more likely to develop heart disease than a non-smoker. These statistics show just a few of the many health benefits of quitting smoking. However, most likely you already know that quitting smoking improves your health. But you may be unaware of how quitting smoking improves other aspects of your life, like your wallet. When you grab for a pack of cigarettes,…