How long does it take Nicotine to leave your body?


You're stronger than you think you are.

Many people believe that smoking is more physically addictive than it really is. If you search for how long is takes for nicotine to leave your body, you’ll find that it only takes a few days. You literally pee it out. Drink more water and it will leave your body even sooner.

Here is published a timeline on what happens after smokers quit.

  • In 20 minutes, your blood pressure and pulse rate will have returned to normal.

  • In 8 hours, the residual nicotine in the bloodstream is reduced more than 90%.

  • In 2 weeks, your risk of heart attack has started to drop.

  • In a month, any sinus congestion related to smoking will decrease.

  • In five years, your risk of stroke is the same as a non-smoker.

Check out the timetable here: www.whyquit.com/whyquit/a_benefits_time_table.html

Interesting right? The benefits are real and they come quickly.

Smoking addiction is mostly just a thought, and it no longer has to hold so much power over you. This is where hypnosis comes in. You will walk out of your first session knowing and believing that you can do something better than smoking.