I Have Just Quit Smoking How Long Will It Take For My...

i’m 24 and i’ve been smoking since i was about 18, there was a peroid in there where i quit for about a year and a half. For the most part i was probably smoking about 9-15 cigarettes a day.

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17 Responses to “I Have Just Quit Smoking How Long Will It Take For My Lungs To Heal?”

  1. DrRocco Says:

    I read somewhere that after 15 years, your lungs will be identical to those of a non-smoker.

  2. Chitti Says:

    The healing begins immediately. You will experience phlem then dry coughing (annoying) and then finally you will have more energy and breath. Your lungs heal quicker before age 30. You’ve got this licked. When you feel the urge to stop and buy a pack, (if applicable) go to a different store and buy a pack of gum.

  3. mark v Says:

    you should probably start running around the block or something, climbing trees or hiking across america or swimming a mile or two everyday, you sound like you got it sewed up at your age, a year no one will ever know you smoked, the lungs come back real fast, take it easy good luck and stay smoke free, yeah, no matter what, it is really worth it,

  4. Scott C Says:

    Congrats on quitting! It’s the best thing you can do to improve your health.
    They *say* that it takes a month for every year you smoked to resume normal lung function.
    Now, who ‘they’ are, I couldn’t tell you. Nor can I tell you if it’s true.

  5. S&S Says:

    Not too long. You’re lucky…the lungs are resilient. My grandmother smoked for a LONG time before she quit. She had “clean” test come back on her lungs 2 years after quitting. She was lucky though. Please don’t chance anymore smoking.

  6. kdsmm Says:

    Within the first 20 minutes of quitting, the healing process begins. The benefits will continue to improve your health and quality of life for years.

  7. VisCos Says:

    My dad’s the same and he reached 50 and decided there was no point quitting then but the doctor told him that they would get almost completely healed in two years

  8. Dontplay Says:

    Well, that’s a short amount of time so I guess your lungs wont be that damaged. But if you continue you will have a hard time quitting.

  9. Kaya Says:

    I think it takes about 7 years and you’ll have a complete new lung as long as you haven’t done any permanent damage.

  10. Ang Says:

    Your lungs will never be back to 100 percent as they were before you started smoking.

  11. lillk Says:

    they will never fully recover but as long as you never smoke again they may begin to heal and will not get any worse

  12. ﺕ SB22 ټ Says:

    I don’t know, but congratulations! That’s awesome!

  13. Michael M Says:

    takes the body 7 years for the body to repair the lungs…i think

  14. Jordan K Says:

    they might heal a little bit, but your lungs are bad ones now. but good for you for qutting! snaps for you!

  15. Super MOM Says:

    I have heard 7 years. I don’t know if it’s true or not…..

  16. BRJO377 Says:

    Im reading allot of false information here guys. First and formost as a former smoker I realize how tough it is to stop. Im only 1 year out from stopping but from my doctor’s mouth and allot of reading, Im told that after ten years of no smoking your lungs go back to 100% normal. This also depends on how long you have smoked and what damage has been done to your lungs from smoking.

  17. BRJO377 Says:

    For me personally being smoke free for a year now, everything is better from excercise to sex. I dont really feel the effects from my time smoking(1 1/2 packs a day along with a pack of black and milds)but Im sure my lungs arent completly healed. After ten years your lungs go back to being the same as someone who has never smoked.

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