In 20 minutes your blood pressure will drop back down to normal. In 8 hours the carbon monoxide (a toxic gas) levels in your blood stream will drop by half, and oxygen levels will return to normal. In 48 hours your chance of having a heart attack will have decreased. All nicotine will have left your body. Your sense of taste and smell will return to a normal level. In 72 hours your brochial tubes will relax, and your energy level s will increase. In 2 weeks your circulation will increase, and it will continue to improve for the next 10 weeks. In three to nine months coughs, wheezing and breathing problems will dissipate and your lung capacity improves by 10%. In 1 yearyour risk of having a heart attack will have dropped by half. In 5 years your risk of having a stroke returns to that of a non-smoker. In 10 years your risk of lung cancer will have returned to that of a non-smoker. In 15 years your risk of heart attack will have returned to that of a non-smoker.
until your next blunt
Not until after the cancer, heart and lung diseases kick in, unless you are having an atypical reaction to something in the smoke. If you have unexplained aches and pains, you would do well to consult a doctor, especially if you have been smoking for a long time.
Not too long after the female recovers from her previous drops.
About 20 minutes then it tells the body that it needs more until the body gives up and smokes again. DON'T SMOKE:(
Depends on what you are talking about kiddo. Smoking? Alchohol? Who knows.
How many days smoking affects your body is questionable. Someone that smokes for even one day will notice changes. Someone who smokes for a long time will have changes of their respiratory and cardiovascular system.
Nothing recovers your lungs whatever you have or have not quit
For smoking, none. Smoking is not an illegal activity.
"THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) can stay in a person's body for as long as 3 to 90 days after smoking or being ingested orally." It gets stored in fat tissue everywhere in the body, but it depends if you've smoked constantly for a period of time, or just smoking once or twice a month.