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 Can lungs get better after quitting smoking?

Answer On One Hand: Your Lungs Start To Heal Almost ImmediatelyTwo weeks to three months after quitting, your lung capacity dramatically improves. Within the first one to nine months, coughing decreases ... Read More »
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Do the lungs recover after quitting smoking?

On One Hand: Lungs RecoverAfter quitting, a smoker's lungs will recover. The lung function and capacity will increase. Cilia cells in the lungs will regrow, which reduces the risk of lung infection... Read More »
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How healthy are lungs one year after quitting smoking?

On One Hand: Smoking Clogs the LungsWith each puff of a cigarette a smoker is inhaling tar. According to the American Cancer Society, that tar builds up on the lungs and prevents the tiny hair-lik... Read More »
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How long does it take after quitting smoking for your lungs to clear?

On One Hand: Five YearsAccording to the Palo Alto Medical Foundation, after roughly five years of being smoke free your lungs will replace all non-cancerous cells. Additionally, after this time, th... Read More »
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How long after quitting smoking will it take lungs to improve?

On One Hand: Short Term BenefitsIf you can go three months without smoking, the function of lungs will begin to improve, but not yet reach normal, pre-smoking conditions.On the Other: Long Term Ben... Read More »
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