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The biggest benefit to women and female health when they quit smoking is a decreased chance of being diagnosed with lung cancer. But there are more benefits such as less chance of having a heart attack or stroke and the chances of getting osteoporosis are reduced. Quitting smoking is one of the hardest things to do, it is an addiction. But once it is beaten there is an immediate improvement to female health.

Many female health problems have been linked to smoking. A woman doesn’t have to be a smoker to develop the conditions or diseases associated with smoking. Another way female health is compromised is by being exposed to second-hand smoke on a regular basis. If there is a smoker in the family or household, they should not smoke around others and never inside the house. For the benefit of all of the members of the household and to improve both male and female health smoking should be done outdoors.

If a woman wants to have a baby and she smokes the smoking can reduce the chances of conceiving. Female health is of the utmost importance in pregnancy. If a woman quits smoking not only will the odds of getting pregnant increase but the health of the baby will be better too. Some women decide to quit smoking while they are pregnant and then find that they have quit for good by the time the baby is born.

Female health problems that can be reduced by quitting smoking is less illnesses too. It has been found that smokers take more sick days from work than non-smokers. By quitting smoking, your body will be better able to ward off and fight off germs that cause women to become sick. Best of all, when a woman quits smoking she can increase her life expectancy having more time with her family and loved ones.

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