Top 19 Doctor insights on: Lung pain after quitting smoking

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Lung (Definition)

Deoxygenated blood enters the lungs from the right side of the heart and travels to the lungs. When you inspire, oxygen flows into the lungs, transverses the capilliares and attaches to hemoglobin down a gradient. At the same time, co2 diffuses into the capilaries and is expelled with exhalation. Oxygen rich blood then flows to the left side of the heart and into the ...Read more


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Does vaping slow down the healing process of the lungs after quitting smoking?

Does vaping slow down the healing process of the lungs after quitting smoking?

YES: The most likely answer truly is yes as anything that is inhaled will be an irritant to the lungs. With vaping it is unclear as to what the chemicals are in the vaping materiel. Do your lungs a favor and give them a break and do not vape or smoke. ...Read more

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Quitting smoking, will my lungs repair themselves over time?

No Butts: Yes, depending on the amount and length exposure (pack years = packs of cigarettes smoked daily divided by the amount of years smoked). Research has shown that lungs of x-smokers are indistinguishable from those of non-smokers 10-15 years after one has quit smoking. The body has the tendency to heal itself. ...Read more

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Is there a way to rebuild and heal my lungs fast after quitting smoking?

Is there a way to rebuild and heal my lungs fast after quitting smoking?

Natural healing: Takes a long time if there is no permanent damage. The body is a self healing machine. The only thing you can do is attend to a good diet and lifestyle and wait for healing to occur. ...Read more

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How long is it supposed to it take for your body/lungs to heal after quitting smoking?

6 month: While some parts of the lungs may heal from the damage caused by smoking, much of the damage is permanent and will leave smokers (and quitters) at an increased risk for a range of health problems. ...Read more

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What is the process your body starts to remove all tar ftom lungs after quitting smoking?

What is the process your body starts to remove all tar ftom lungs after quitting smoking?

Pulmonary: Macrophages digest and eliminate most of the residual tar and chemicals. Mucus cells also produce mucus to carry out the debris for
expectoration. ...Read more

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What can I do to clear out my lungs and make them strong again after quitting smoking 6 weeks ago?

What can I do to clear out my lungs and make them strong again after quitting smoking 6 weeks ago?

Don't Smoke and: 1congratulation that was the first step and no matter what do not start smoking again ang give your lung to heal, your lung funstion will improve by itself by30% in1 to3 months
2incorporate eexercise in your daily activities, aerobic exercises, breathing exercises, daily for30 minutes
3 proper nutrition and supplements with omega3, vitc, d may be beneficial by helping reduce inflammation
good luck. ...Read more

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After quitting smoking, are there vitamins to aid in lung repair?

After quitting smoking, are there vitamins to aid in lung repair?

Congratulations!!: Now that you have taken your first steps on the road to a healthier life, your lungs will naturally heal themselves. The best ways you can help them to do this are to continue to not smoke, to eat a good and balanced diet, to sleep well, and to begin an exercise program. The more you do for your overall health, the better able to heal your lungs will be. There are no magic pills. ...Read more

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Quitting smoking and lung cancer risk reduction?

Quitting smoking and lung cancer risk reduction?

Yes: Quit smoking
risk of lung cancer and several other life threatening conditions go down.
One's breath and clothes smell better also!
think of the $$$$ /saved. ...Read more

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Quitting smoking and lung cancer risk reduction. What are the odds?

Quitting smoking and lung cancer risk reduction. What are the odds?

Better: Quitting improves them. Work with family physician towards comprehensive wellness. It's important to understand there are numerous disease that smoking will increase risk. Per lung cancer, there are some online resources to help calculate risk: http://goo. Gl/divhj and http://goo. Gl/r9ita. ...Read more

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What do you advise if I have chest pain after quitting smoking!?

What do you advise if I have chest pain after quitting smoking!?

ChstPain/smokingquit: More info is needed. How long after qitting smoking? How severe and how long is the pain? Is there heaviness in the chest? Is there shortness of breath? Are you more anxiouosa? There are more questions needing answers. You need to check with your doctor as to possible other cases. ...Read more

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Why am I having chest pains after quitting smoking?

Why am I having chest pains after quitting smoking?

Is there cough: Often after quitting smoking there is an increase of coughing, rebound effect, that would case chest pain. ...Read more

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What do you advise if I have chest pains after quitting smoking!?

What do you advise if I have chest pains after quitting smoking!?

ChstPain/smokingquit: More info is needed. How long after quitting smoking? How severe and how long is the pain? Is there heaviness in the chest? Is there shortness of breath? Are you more anxious? There are more questions needing answers. You need to check with your doctor as to possible other cases. ...Read more

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Can uncomfortable chest pain be normal after quitting smoking?

Can uncomfortable chest pain be normal after quitting smoking?

Possibly: Anxiety can cause excess cortisol, os adrenaline secretion which can cause a number of symptoms, including dizziness, lightheadedness, rapid heart beat palpitations, chestpain, headaches, etc. Try calming yourself down by concentrating on slowing down your breathing over a few minutes if this doesn't help, see your primary provider for further evaluation. Good luck! ...Read more

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Should I be concerned about fast heart beat and chest pain from quitting smoking?

Should I be concerned about fast heart beat and chest pain from quitting smoking?

Possibly: Anxiety can cause excess cortisol, os adrenaline secretion which can cause a number of symptoms, including dizziness, lightheadedness, rapid heart beat palpitations, chestpain, headaches, etc. Try calming yourself down by concentrating on slowing down your breathing over a few minutes if this doesn't help, see your primary provider for further evaluation. Good luck! ...Read more

Dr. Dean Giannone
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Smoking Cessation (Definition)

Smoking any tobacco product is harmful to your baby, including "light" cigarettes, cigars (and marijuana). Like any addiction, quitting tobacco is difficult, especially if you are acting alone. Most smokers find it hard to break all the habits or ties they've built into their lives around smoking. Quitting smoking does reduce a number of ...Read more


Dr. David Brouwer
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Quitting Smoking (Definition)

Quitting smoking is the process of discontinuing the use ...Read more