1. You’ll Live Longer
According to the World Lung Foundation, quitting before the age of 40 reduces a smoker’s chance of death from tobacco-related illness by 90%.
2. You’ll Be Protecting Family and Friends
Smokers aren’t just taking themselves down. They’re also harming everyone exposed to their smoke.
3. For your health
Smoking tobacco has a multitude of effects on human health with its biggest impact on the heart and lungs.
4. Your Body Can Start to Repair Itself
Your body starts repairing itself within hours after that last cigarette. You’ll also look better. Smoking prematurely ages the skin, causing wrinkles. Smoking stains your teeth, fingers, and fingernails, and causes bad breath.
5. To save money
Increased tobacco taxation and the resulting rise in the cost of tobacco products is considered among the most effective tobacco control measures to date with less people continuing, or taking up smoking, as a result.