Mohamed Ismail – Cairo – Masrawy –
In a new study, it was found that a smoker needed 15 years to fully heal after his heart stopped smoking.
Previous studies have shown that the risk of stroke in previous smokers is stable within five years, but the new study shows that it can be up to 3 times the time.
The study, which will be presented next week at the American Heart Association conference, is the first of its kind in the analysis of cases during advanced stages.
Researchers at Vanderbilt University have discovered that after analyzing 8,700 people for over 50 years, the hearts of smokers have needed more than ten years to get rid of life-threatening damage, including nicotine, tobacco and numerous other chemicals in the cigarette.
Meredith Duncan, a doctoral student at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, said that the heart and blood vessels are the fastest recovery from smoking and the lungs are another story.
Duncan and his team in Nashville, Tennessee, wanted to investigate how long the body needed to quit smoking to show the real health effects.
To investigate, the team collected data analyzed by the Framingham Heart Study, which began in 1948 and lasted until 1975, when two generations of people (almost half smokers) participated.
The team of "smokers" was classified as people who smoked a pack of cigarettes a day for 20 years. There was a risk of heart attack in 70% of smokers, and after 5 years of smoking cessation, the risk decreased by 38%.
However, normalizing the risk level of cardiovascular disease occurred about 16 years after discontinuation.
In fact, the most important benefit of quitting smoking is blood vessels A person who smokes a cigarette will lose heart rate after only 20 minutes and the blood pressure will return to normal.
After 12 hours, the carbon monoxide levels in the blood are stabilized, while the risk of heart attack decreases after about a week, while the heart and blood vessels "make the plates more viscous to get rid of chemicals in the cigarette smoke."
"Even for bad smokers, the benefits of quitting smoking are unpredictable." Said.
Heart disease is the number one killer in every country in the world, including the United States and the UK, but increases rates due to obesity, stress, lack of exercise and eating unhealthy.
In recent years, some people have turned to electronic cigarette smoking, a suspicious and ill-conceived practice that proved to be no different from ordinary cigarettes.
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