Aug 15 2010
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The Body’s Recovery from Quitting Smoking: Five Years & Onward–>
Nearly twenty-five years ago, history was made when Dr. Joel Cooper conducted the world’s first ever successful lung transplant. Says Dr. Cooper in a Fox News report, if everybody in the entire world were to suddenly stop smoking, there would be a 70% red…uction in lung transplant surgery in a matter of only twenty years. While a 1994 U.S. Department of Health Report states that an ex-smoker’s risk of developing lung cancer will never be equal to that of a lifetime non-smoker, there are still some seeds of hope: According to the U.S. Surgeon General, five to fifteen years’ cessation from smoking is enough time for the body to reverse most of the damage caused by cigarette smoking: By the end of fifteen years, an ex-smoker’s risk of suffering from a stroke or heart attack is equal to that of a non-smoker. Chances of dying from lung cancer are half of those of a smoker, but plummet to 13% by the 30-year landmark. Precancerous tissues are replaced by healthy cells. Odds of developing cancer of the mouth, throat or esophagus are also 50% lower than those of a smoker. The odds of dying from respiratory disease are reduced by 18% within ten years of quitting smoking, but at fifteen years revert to those of a lifetime non-smoker. Smokers are 2-5 times more likely to die from Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (ballooning of the abdominal aorta) than those who have never smoked; An ex-smoker of at least 15 years will have reduced his chances by half. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, the fourth leading cause of death in the U.S., is caused by long-term cigarette smoking. While the disease is irreversible, chances of being diagnosed with COPD become equal to those of a non-smoker following several years’ abstinence from cigarettes.Researchers disagree as to approximately how many years of life are lost to smoking; some say 10 years, while others claim that the average smoker dies 25 years prematurely. However, all agree that giving up smoking reverses your fate by adding years back to your life. The catch is that the amount of years credited to your “account” decreases with age, meaning that the longer you put off quitting, the shorter your life expectancy.
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