Carbon Monoxide (CO)

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    Dawn Powers
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    When someone has a high Carbon Monoxide reading following a CO test I’m always asked how soon will I see any difference in my carbon monoxide level, when will it go down? The good news is within 24 hours your carbon monoxide levels will return to normal, to the same level as a non smoker, so you start to feel the benefits straightaway.

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    Anonymous

    The other good news is that because carbon monoxide takes the place of available oxygen when you quit you have more energy and feel better overall.

    Jane – Stop Smoking Advisor

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    Dawn Powers
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    more good news ….less headaches, I have had a few clients this week with high CO readings saying they always had headaches, hopefully they will see the difference quickly now they are quitting. Dawn – Specialist stop smoking in pregnancy adviser

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