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Everytime you smoke your blood gets thick and dirty with toxins

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Published on Dec 28, 2013

The 'Toxic cycle' advert from Public Health England shows the toxic cycle of cigarette smoke as it enters the blood and affects the lungs, heart and brain. It shows the damage that smoking can do to every part of the body -- and explains that every time you smoke, blood that's thick and dirty with toxins circulates through your body in seconds, increasing your chances of a heart attack or stroke. If you could see the damage, you'd stop.


NHS Smokefree helps thousands of people quit smoking every year and knows how challenging it can be. If you are looking to make a fresh start this New Year, search Smokefree online for a range of free support and resources to help you quit successfully in 2014. nhs.uk/smokefree

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