"Smoker's cough" will disappear in two weeks without cigarettes
To such conclusion came American scientists from Texas University.
Two weeks without cigarettes will be enough for "smoker's cough" disappearance, state American scientists.
Specialists from Texas University have made research with participation of students of age from 18 to 24, who have started to cough everyday and got other disorders of respiratory system.
Participants of experiment that have smoked from 5-10 cigarettes a day during one-five years were divided into two groups. One group of volunteers has refrained from smoking during two weeks, another - continued to smoke.
On completing the experiment among students of the first group was observed significant general state improvement - respiratory symptoms have bothered them not oftener than two days a week. Among volunteers from control group general state hasn't changed.
According to researchers opinion, obtained results should be used as motivate factor of cigarettes refusal during consulting young people that quit smoking.