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20 minutes after your last cigarette 20 minutes after your last cigarette- your blood pressure and pulse rate return to what they were just before your last cigarette, and your hands and feet warm up to the temperature they were before smoking. 8 hours after your last cigarette- the carbon monoxide level in you blood falls, and the oxygen level increases, so that both become normal. By 9 months after your last cigarette- the cells lining your airways have fully recovered, so that they remove mucus better, you cough less, have less sinus congestion, and your shortness of breath has gone. 1 year after your last cigarette- your risk of coronary heart disease is now half that of a smoker years after your last cigarette- your risk of having a stroke is now greatly reduced, approaching that of someone who has never smoked. 10 years after your last cigarette- your risk of dying from lung cancer is about half that of someone still smoking. Your chances of getting cancer of the mouth, throat, gullet, pancreas, kidney, and bladder are greatly reduced, compared with a smoker years after your last cigarette- your risk of having coronary heart disease is no greater then that of someone who has never smoked. Congratulations!