Timeline: What Happens To Your Body When You Quit Smoking

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By now, we should all be aware of the damage smoking does to our bodies. If you are a smoker, your risk of developing cancer, coronary heart disease, suffering a heart attack or stroke is significantly higher than those of a non-smoker. However, all hope is not lost as our bodies possess the incredible ability of self-healing. In fact, within minutes of finishing your last cigarette, the body will begin to stabilize itself and you can begin to reap its health benefits. Outlined is a timeline that depicts the stages of improved health from the moment you quit smoking.

20 Minutes

Blood pressure and pulse will return to normal and the temperature in your hands and feet will increase.

8 Hours

In the blood, Nicotine and carbon monoxide levels will reduce by half. Oxygen levels increase and return to normal, making you feel more alert, sleep better and be stronger.

48 Hours

Carbon monoxide and Nicotine is eliminated from the body. The lungs begin to clear out mucus and other smoking debris. The nerve endings being to regrow and your sense of smell and taste will return.

3 Months

Lung function and circulation will have significantly improved. Walking and exercise will be easier, and you will cough less.

Between 1 – 9 Months

Sinus congestion and fatigue will have reduced. Breathing will have markedly improved, so you will have nearly no shortness of breath.

1 Year

The risk of developing coronary heart disease is reduced by 50%.

5-15 Years

The risk of suffering a stroke is reduced to that of a non-smoker.

10 Years

The risk of developing smoking-related cancer is reduced to almost the same as a non-smoker. 60% of cancers are related to both diet and smoking.

15 Years

The risk of developing coronary heart disease or suffering a heart attack is reduced to that of a non-smoker. The risk of death has also reduced to that of a non-smoker.

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83 COMMENTS

        • It probably means risk of an early death is reduced but if you’ve lived that long from quitting smoking from when you’re like 25 then being 40 and finally not going to die an early death?

          • what do you mean with “early death”? Falling down stairs and break the neck? Got crashed by a truck on the every day trip to and from work?

        • I refuse! I will persist until the Avatar Project is finished and will upload myself to my new form and live forever upgrading the vessel of my mind until the end of all things!!

          • Why do you want to live forever imagine that you’re 200 years old like what would you do? Wouldn’t it be boring to sit in a chair for years because you can’t move , that would make you take your own life…

    • non-smokers also die….., sooner or later we are all dead; i stopped smoking 9,5 years ago, and i feel the differences, but they don’t tell you gain a lot of weight so you still have no breath after walking the stairs….

          • Yes. but ..the point of veganism is not that you are going to be immortal, it’s the quality of life till you die. Guess you dont know what that means, sorry for making you thought about that for a second. Peace to all

          • Mothertucker, in the end everyone dies. But main motto of any human bieng is to live happily. And that includes not becoming a fatass.

        • If you just cut calories and do more exercise you’ll have your weight down NORMALLY too, to don’t have to go the vegan route unless that’s your choice to do so. Eat less, do more, and more doesn’t mean more TV

        • Veganism is some unhealthy bullshit nowadays as well. All the GM pesticide soaked veggies you eat in your western world cause more damage than any meat diet.
          In addition to this, concerning the smoking, DID YOU KNOW that the air you breathe in in urban areas, especially large cities like London, Berlin, Amsterdam, Beijing etc causes the same amount of damage as smoking three cigarettes a day in a clean rural environment.
          At the end of the day its not about having the longest life, but about having maximized the joy you can get out of every opportunity. And for some, like me, a cigarette or joint helps me enjoy. end of conversation

      • Yes they tell you to get off you ass and get out there and use that body as you were meant to do. Getting fat is not a result of quitting smoking, it’s a result of a sedentary lifestyle and poor eating habits.

        • Actually getting fat is a result of quiting smoking. Nicotine is a food suppesent. When you quit smoking, most people will see huge weight gains. Yes proper diet and exercise will keep this from happening. As go the person who suggest you go vegan…fuck off. That’s a very very very unhealthy way to live.

      • one reason why you gain weight is that you can actually smell and taste food and so your hunger increases. that and because smoking or even just being exposed to tobacco smoke diminishes the senses what one chooses to eat is often not good for you to eat on a regular basis, things loaded with heavy sugars, fats, and salts. who knows what other affects that smoking had on the digestive system itself and lifestyle that can affect weight.

      • Stopped smoking for 3 or 4 years now and I’m still skinny but I was never a big eater,veggies ,fish and diary products in my diet….you should try and cut down the fats in your diet,for example don’t eat the chiken skin……

        • Some fats are good for you. Chicken skin is FULL of fat, but not the good type, and has very little to do with weight gain or loss, but it has a LOT to do with heart disease and hardening of the arteries and a lot of other things that can’t be fixed. I’m a dying example of it.

      • Most people put on weight due to their body craving a smoke
        so your brain wants to do the action off putting something to your mouth as that generally how people inhale the smoke
        so your brain wants that action thinking it can get the same high but as you are quitting most people eat more instead because their body is trying to imitate the action of smoking…
        so if you eat healthy food when you crave a smoke rather than grab a snickers or mars bar you probably will be fine

      • Because most people substitute some sort of food for cigarettes. In my case, I drank more soda but once I stopped doing that and switched to water, I lost it.

        It has been over 6 years and I feel a lot better. I can breathe in the middle of summer in Florida

    • After quiting smoking for 15 yrs then we would be at the same rank as a non smoker.
      But still have 100% chance just like a non smoker to get risk of developing coronary heart disease or suffering a heart attack.

      • you can still get copd later in life even tho you quit a long time ago. its a disease of chronic bronchitis or emphezema and its not reversible. there are four stages and it deepends on how you live for how long you exists. you have to use inhalers and nebulizers and im on oxygen now. its horrible.

    • I am pretty sure they mean that death that is not caused by age is reduced, like cancers are less likely to form if you stop smoking, if that isn’t obvious enough.

    • Why don’t they simply close all tobacco factories so we have no choice if they wish good for humanity. So sad, HIPPOCRATIC etc…

      • 1 McDonald Cheese Burger = 1 Cigarette, think about it.. the American food corporation is probably more harmful than alcohol or cigarettes, yet people unknowingly go buy the cheapest foods on sale from shoprite or Walmart thinking it’s safe to eat, our freaking water supply has sodium and florid which harms your organs. I am not a heavy smoker and I drink only on special occasions, but eat only organic meats and vegetables, don’t have microwaved foods or drink tap water. I don’t consume any pills, I check my health twice a year and my doctor just nods her head and says everything looks fine. we might die sooner or later, but as long as we live smartly, we just might be able to enjoy the best of both worlds 🙂

        • I smoke/chew regularly and eat what ever when ever and yet I go to the doctor one to two times per year and my doctor says the same damn thing, everything checks out, your healthy so I must be the one percent right?

          • I to smoked/chewed Dr says I’m fine at my last physical in May 2015. I now am recovering from a quadruple bypass. I’m not overweight and there’s no history of heart disease in my family. I never watch my diet but I exercised. Just saying it can happen o anybody

        • That’s the spirit Jay
          That’s how it’s supposed to be forever and ever young healthy and Natural.
          I stop smoking now for 1 week and this time is forever…I’m 25 old and i’m a daily meditator and i eat raw vegan food self prepared…
          To Live forever is a quest of self decision and not from others…you choose who you really are and what do you want for yourself.

        • The only problem / major difference though (and I say this as someone who is highly allergic to cigarette smoke) is at least people can choose to eat McDonald’s and it doesn’t affect me at all. I don’t have to second-hand eat it. When people smoke, though, even if I’m just walking by, if they blow it in my face, I get a systemic reaction that lasts weeks, and I’ve had to go through years of medical treatments just so that I don’t have to be hospitalized with epinephrine every time someone walks by me after having smoked a cigarette.

          Studies show that both 2nd and 3rd hand smoke affects people harmfully. So until they find a way to get rid of the particulates that cause this affect the analogy to fast food won’t hold the same weight.

          • Sorry, but there are no actual studies on it showing there is any harm from second or third hand smoke. Not liking something is not the same as being classified as “harmful”.

            Not one death certificate has been produced showing anyone died from either of these. Per OSHA, it takes hundreds of thousands of cigarettes to produce anything near “harmful”; and that’s not over a period of time, that’s with that many cigarettes lit at the same time.

          • Ok so what do you do if their is a bush fire in your vicinity, just stop breathing? How a about diesel smoke from the bus you just rode (ten times more toxic than burning wood,) how about the candles and inscense you burn, ten times more toxic than burning wood , i feel sorry for you if burning wood makes you feel so bad (humans have been burning wood for Millenia) I think you may already have some disease otherwise it would not bother you like it doesn’t bother me

        • Fast “food” and Walmart are some of the worst jokes ever played on the public, and the Governmental agencies that are supposed to protect us, just go along with it like business as usual, because for them, it is. They’re getting their pockets stuffed by lobbying groups. Fake “food”, US jobs sent overseas never to return, yeah, the US government has done a FINE job working for us and protecting us. And you’re also right in that our drinking water isn’t even safe, at least not the tap water, and more and more of the aquifers are poisoned by fracking everyday, Nestle becomes the dominate force in bottled water, a monopoly, and we become slaves to them in the long run just for clean water, unless you’re one of the well to do and can afford one of those $500 water purifiers for your home, but what happens when Nestle finally buys it out too while the DOJ looks the other way like it does so often? We FIGHT BACK!

    • Hear in South Africa we have good laws to make smokers second class citizens but I thing the government should double the tax on cigarettes every to years ! cigarettes smugglers should get 50 years in prison for fist time offense on smuggling cigarettes no smoking in a public space ! 2500 ZAR spot fines if caught or six months in rehab ore working with lung cancer patients for smoking !

  1. Thing is that tobacco smoke goes into the air so everyone is breathing it. Living near or being exposed to tobacco smoke can be as detrimental to your health as actually being a smoker.

    There is this illusion out there that smoking is a personal choice and a personal risk, that risks to others is minimal. One reason that the risk to smokers is greater then non-smokers is because smokers tend to hang out with one another, feed each others dependency and addiction. They load the air around them with heavier doses of all the poisons in tobacco products. But that air is not idle or contained in that spot, it moves. We cannot see it, where it goes, how far it goes on currents of air. We cannot see how it travels everywhere air travels through even tiny cracks that we would not even consider air flows through at all. Truth is all those risks you put yourself in by using tobacco you also put everyone around you in. Whether you smoke a little or a lot, inside or outside, there is no safe way to use it.

    This article shows some of what tobacco robs people of, not just smokers but everyone who is exposed to that smoke. That is a really really important thing that people need to understand. Anything that one puts into the air is not just breathed in by you. It isn’t a truth the tobacco industry wants you to think about. It is a truth that has been largely suppressed. When you stop smoking you are not just benefiting yourself, your own health, you are increasing the health of everyone around you, even just strangers you pass by on the street where you used to walk with a cig hanging out of your mouth.

    • My cigarette is less harmful then the exhaust you spew out of your vehicle.Wish everybody would quit blaming smokers for all the ills in the world. Drain healthcare and hospital and doctor time… last thing I was in the hospital for was the Hystorectomy I insisted on having, before that, the appointment with Gynocologist to plan my Hystorectomy, before that, maybe once every two years to my regular GP for check ups. My GP says there is not a thing wrong with me. I have been a smoker for 30 years @ a pack a day. No I am not endorsing smoking, anyone who starts now is an Idiot. The cost alone is not worth the years of struggling to quit. But do not blame my smoking on your poor health or unhealthy life choices on my smoking. I am fit as a fiddle, eat as well as I can and take care of myself. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.

    • Not trying to be rude, but where did you get this information from? Smokers’ risk are increased because they hang out together?? Per OSHA, not true and they set the standards on what is deemed dangerous exposure for all elements. Sounds like you’ve been listening to the propaganda put out by the organizations profiting from the created fear. Ever wonder how so many baby boomers are still alive and kicking even though many of them smoked or had parents that smoked? Even the WHO, which I’m not a big fan of, has classified second hand smoke as not harmful. I respect your right to not like cigarette smoke, but trying to instill fear into others by saying just walking by the smoke will harm you is not right. As you’re walking down that street and getting a whiff of cigarette smoke and panicking about what it will do to you, do you also worry about all the car exhaust that’s far more dangerous?

  2. I smoke have for thirty years. Have not been to a doctor in 15 or so years. Im healthy eat regular meals, NO fast food. If I feel ill I doctor my self by using old remides. Youngest of eleven children and the healthest.

    • So what you’re saying is smoking is not harming you? I smoked for 25 years and could tell it was starting to affect my breathing. You might feel fine, but it will take its toll on you and shortens your life significantly if you don’t quit from the time you’re forty years of age.

      • Then how do the few who live to be 100 years old manage to get there when they themselves smoked? It’s just like most other things, it affects everyone differently.

    • The only thing not going to the doctor is telling us it that you most likely have copd or lung cancer but you just don’t know it yet because those aren’t conditions that you just wake up one day and realize you have. I’m guessing you haven’t been to the doctor because you secretly know it’s not going to be a good conversation when you get there.

  3. I smoke 3 years im only 16 and 30 days ago I have take a pic of my heart and chest thay said everything clear where the fuck is going the smoke its going in me but where?

  4. Bottom line there are only 2 things in life you have to do. Die when it’s your time and pay your tax’s. Is smoking really that bad for you when people there are people laying on there death bed with stage 3 throat cancer and have never smoked a day in there life. Propaganda is legal So live your life however you want bc when it’s your time it’s it’s your time

  5. You say you smoked for 30 years and are fine but the changes are so gradual that you don’t notice. No such thing as a healthy 30 year smoker. Your lungs, heart, circulation all compromised. Enjoy watching life pass you by as you drag your oxygen bottle around speaking through a hole in your throat.

  6. I smoked heavily for 29 years, up until I was hospitalized with respiratory failure. I was diagnosed with chronic obstructive respiratory disease which I should have not ignored or downplayed the symptoms of, but I did for several years. Therefore at age 51, I was found to have 26% lung function left and once lost, actual function does not return, it only declines further. I spent 45 days in the hospital in 2014 for complete respiratory failure, was on life support and nearly died twice. All because of a lung infection, which are common occurrences when your lung function is low. I had been trying to fight it at home under my pulmonologist’s care but it spun out of control, so I had to leave my home on New Year’s Day in an ambulance. I was paralyzed for weeks after the vent. because of the drugs they have to give you when you are intubated.
    I have been functioning at home on a limited basis since my recovery; can walk a bit, move around enough to take pretty decent care of myself, do light chores, drive, etc. with 24 hour high flow oxygen supplement, the dreaded, annoying and humiliating tube in the nose, but it is life giving and enabling, so no complaints. The negative perspective is what I think others probably feel for me, perhaps with a silent thought of well, you reap what you sow, which is partially right.
    However, I do believe big tobacco has some culpability also in all cases of lung disease; they did hide the true power of the addictive chemicals they willfully and knowingly added because those chemicals insured continuing sales. I never went back to smoking after my diagnosis in 2010 but I am disabled now, can’t work and have a high risk of major complications and illnesses.
    Due to my fairly young age, I am a possible candidate for a lung transplant but a part of me wonders if it will happen in time to save my life. There is a shortage of donor lungs and another part of me doesn’t feel quite right in accepting new lungs for a disease I helped create within myself. My loved ones beg to differ though and are urging me to keep on with the process, to keep trying for that chance.
    After my last major set back, my lung function dropped and has stayed at 18% no matter the meds. and excellent care. I have accepted that if a second chance at life, real, quality life, no matter how complex or risky (speaking of the anti-rejection meds and rather disheartening, official survival odds for lung transplant; the lowest of all organ transplant) Well, you can see enjoying those cigs. over the years, from ages 22 to 51 has put me in quite the pickle, as my dear grandfather used to say. He died from Copd too…
    Sharing this as a cautionary tale.

  7. I smoked heavily for 29 years, up until I was hospitalized with respiratory failure. I was diagnosed with chronic obstructive respiratory disease which I should have not ignored or downplayed the symptoms of, but I did for several years. Therefore at age 51, I was found to have 26% lung function left and once lost, actual function does not return, it only declines further. I spent 45 days in the hospital in 2014 for complete respiratory failure, was on life support and nearly died twice. All because of a lung infection, which are common occurrences when your lung function is low. I had been trying to fight it at home under my pulmonologist’s care but it spun out of control, so I had to leave my home on New Year’s Day in an ambulance. I was paralyzed for weeks after the vent. because of the drugs they have to give you when you are intubated.
    I have been functioning at home on a limited basis since my recovery; can walk a bit, move around enough to take pretty decent care of myself, do light chores, drive, etc. with 24 hour high flow oxygen supplement, the dreaded, annoying and humiliating tube in the nose, but it is life giving and enabling, so no complaints. The negative perspective is what I think others probably feel for me, perhaps with a silent thought of well, you reap what you sow, which is partially right.
    However, I do believe big tobacco has some culpability also in all cases of lung disease; they did hide the true power of the addictive chemicals they willfully and knowingly added because those chemicals insured continuing sales. I never went back to smoking after my diagnosis in 2010 but I am disabled now, can’t work and have a high risk of major complications and illnesses.
    Due to my fairly young age, I am a possible candidate for a lung transplant but a part of me wonders if it will happen in time to save my life. There is a shortage of donor lungs and another part of me doesn’t feel quite right in accepting new lungs for a disease I helped create within myself. My loved ones beg to differ though and are urging me to keep on with the process, to keep trying for that chance.
    After my last major set back, my lung function dropped and has stayed at 18% no matter the meds. and excellent care. I have accepted that if a second chance at life, real, quality life, no matter how complex or risky (speaking of the anti-rejection meds and rather disheartening, official survival odds for lung transplant; the lowest of all organ transplant) Well, you can see enjoying those cigs. over the years, from ages 22 to 51 has put me in quite the pickle, as my dear grandfather used to say. He died from Copd too…
    Sharing this as a cautionary tale.

    • I didn’t finish the thought – I’ve accepted that if a chance at life, real life does happen, I will take it, albeit with a shadow of guilt mixed in with the great gratitude (Emotional and mental counseling is required as part of the transplant process which is a good thing.) But if it doesn’t happen, after almost dying twice, I now have no fear of death and have accepted that my life span has been reduced, with or without a transplant.

      • God bless you, my mother had copd, her case was worse then yours, she was 57 and couldn’t function independently what so ever, her lungs were so destroyed that she wasn’t a candidate for any lung surgery. don’t feel guilty please, it’s not your fault. Don’t let guilt stop you from getting help. I wish you all the best and you sound like a strong person. Thank you for sharing your story.

  8. Quitting also causes the smoker’s chance of cancer to increase – odd, I know, but it does. While I’ll agree that empahyzema (COPD)is the only disease that shows any marked difference from smokers and non-smokers, the cancer alleged from smoking cannot be proven as it is multi-factorial. Yes, I know that all of the alphabet organizations make the claim that if you ever smoked and develop cancer (or almost any other health issue), it’s related. The same can be said for drinking city water or anything else you do.

    No, I do not advocate for anyone to start smoking and no, I don’t smoke, but I don’t like the lies either. Tell the truth – if all of these so called smoking bans were for public health, why are they fighting so hard to ban e-cigarettes too or why haven’t the cancer rates in CA dropped since they put their ban into place about 20 years ago? Big pharma is behind almost every campaign against smoking in an effort to sell their products like Chantix or patches. We are pawns for their profits.

    As to weight gain, quitting does impact the majority of people who quit due to, in part, an increase in caloric intake, but also because cigarettes increase the metabolism.

    Just a side note, no one is actually “addicted” to tobacco any more than anyone is addicted to caffeine or chocolate. Seek the truth and not the propaganda. Look at the studies yourself and not the dissected info from people or organizations who profit from it.

    • I’m sorry Linda, but you are wrong on several counts. I smoked for 29 years, have very severe emphysema/copd and also a nodule on my right lung, praying it’s not cancerous; doesn’t seem to be but the only way to know for sure is a biopsy. And I’m not a good candidate for that right now because of my low lung function. Anyway, the American Lung Assoc., along with countless doctors and other professional and government health agencies now recommend a cat scan yearly for heavy former and current smokers because the science is in: smoking does cause lung cancer – proven beyond a doubt. Also proven that tobacco has a strong connection to a variety of other cancers. So when you claim smoking INCREASES a smoker’s chances of getting cancer, it should be clear that ex smokers who develop a cancer known to be associated with smoking: it is because they smoked and the effects are delayed. All the effects are delayed, no one keels over or gets sick immediately from smoking. It takes years for the lungs to be destroyed and/or for enough changes in the cells before they become abnormal and then malignant. It took many, many years for Big Tobacco to be held responsible in some small measure for the death and destruction their product has wrought upon legions of smokers. And for the pro smoking messages to be tamped down in this country. Not so in many other countries; the cig. companies have free reign to go after kids with their poison. And as a heavy smoker who started out smoking lightly and tried many times to quit, it is a recognized addiction; to believe otherwise is not having experienced the misery of being chained to something you actually hate. I’m glad you haven’t but I know better. However, lots and lots of people can and do manage to quit before they get in the shape I’m in and I say Kudos to them!

  9. I have gone from 1 1/2 packs a day to 6 a day in less than 2 weeks but am fearful I am yuck now. Anyone know a chart or something for a vegan or gluten free as I am trying to lose weight too?

    I do not want to be fat and I want to get healthy, I am hoping to walk again some day!

    Thank you!

  10. what a piece of crapp. nothin of the negative is writen. al propaganda, nothin abouth the pain, hyperventilation, agression. if you`re goin to post the truth abouth something post the entire truth.

  11. 45 years happy smoker (I am 60), healthy like a rock, if you want to get sick get sick with all your prejudgements and paranoia made by ruling bodies. Yes to this, respect the non smokers and go far away from kids and the best tasteful smoke is at the fresh air anyways. To all the others check a bit further on statistics you love that much, half the world population would be dead if that was true but truth is that there are more non smoker on early dead than those resistent! Why is that? Have a 20 min walk on any mainstreet and you have poison of 7 full packs of cigarettes in your lungs.(volatile particles) Still believe you are smarter? Than let us agree on the simple formula “live and let live!”

  12. Smoking is a game of Russian roulette, someone can go a long time and feel no effect, others can go for 40 years with symptoms of emphysema starting in their early 40’s like my mom, she started at 15 had the classic early warning signs to quit at around 45..didn’t quit, then at age 57 woke up unable to breath, diagnosed with end stage COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) lungs were shot, nothing could help her now, 4 years on 24/7 oxygen with constant bouts of pneumonia or C02 poisoning because she could not longer exhale. Coded at least 5 times, I’m her daughter and at the time (1999) I was 22 years old, she was my best friend, my world and all of a sudden it came crashing down. I had to make decisions I wasn’t ready for, watch her suffer, feel her pain..and there was plenty of that..She didn’t deserve this, she was a loving wonderful person that smoked..She wasn’t selfish for that..She was addicted..and I don’t blame her..She started at a time when doctors told you it was good for you, everyone did it and there were no warnings…it was cool and she loved it. But now if she can tell all of you who defend smoking that it’s fine, your healthy as an ox and it won’t happen to you, she would tell you to quit as soon as you can..before you suffer for years, (not everyone gets cancer) COPD can be far worse because the only thing damaged are the organs that breath for you. Quit before you body makes every breath a painful struggle, before your neck muscles have to take over because your chest muscles are compromised because your lungs are literally deflated. Quit before you need that tracheotomy and need your lungs suctioned thru a tube, quit before you need a bypap machine to help you exhale so you don’t get C02 poisoning and you hallucinate and go into a coma, quit before every breath is like breathing thru a straw pinched at the end, quit so your children won’t have to watch and suffer with you, quit so you can be with them when they become full fledged adults and they need you, when they have your grandchildren, when they have questions only you can answer. I know this is long and I’m sorry for that but as a daughter of a woman who suffered the ultimate price
    for smoking..please listen to me, try and try again to quit..my mom died after 4 years of true suffering from something she too thought wouldn’t happen to her, the little symptoms became end stage over night, quit before it’s too late. Please.

  13. Don’t underestimate the stress-relief you get from smoking. People who smoke don’t have a better stress-relief, but stress is a bigger killer than smoking. Taking smoking away forcefully, like it’s happening now, with the stigmatization of smokers.. this will only lead to more stress related health problems. Many people have a way to deal with stress.. obesity is a consequence of dealing with stress the wrong way. Pot and kettle my friends, pot and kettle.

  14. Just start vaping 🙂 9 out of 10 never touch a filty cigarette again.
    All the benefits of stop smoking cigarettes, still getting your nicotine fix ( nicotine is as harmless as caffeine ) And 95% less harmfull as normale cigarettes.
    Don’t believe the media about the risk of e-sigarettes. Thats just propaganda by Big Pharma and Big Tobacco, and the government losing tax revenue.

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