Timeline of what happens to your body as you quit vaping

With the New Year just around the corner, many of you will be turning your attention to the behavior you hope to initiate in 2023.

Although some might be looking to tackle Dry January or later make use of that gym membership, with the wealth of evidence 

suggesting that vaping is a bit more destructive than we initially thought, some might be hoping to ditch their e-cigarettes

If you fall into the latter camp, you may find yourself more stimulated to do so while paying attention to what's going on in your body 

Although a lot of research has shown that vaping is better than smoking cigarettes, there are still some chemicals and of course

Fortunately, according to professionals, your body starts to recover quite quickly after you quit smoking.

In fact, Nikola Djordjevic MD, mission supervisor at Med Alert Assist, told The Healthy that even after just 20 minutes

her heart rate returns to normal, her blood pressure drops, and her movement begins to normalize."

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