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    今日のエピソードは Audible の提供でお送りします。 にサインアップして 30 日間の無料トライアルをお試しいただくか、500-500 に Infographics とテキストして始めてください。

  • According to the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, smoking causes nearly 6 million deaths around the world each year, and current trends show that tobacco use will be responsible for more than 8 million deaths annually by 2030.

    アメリカ疾病管理予防センターによると、喫煙の結果世界中で毎年ほぼ 600 万人が亡くなっており、2030 年にはその数は 800 万人に増加するとみられています。

  • It is the leading cause of preventable death in America, and as many as 16 million people are living with a disease caused by smoking, including cancer, heart disease, stroke, lung disease, and diabetes.

    これは予防可能な死亡要因としては最大級で、1600 万人にも上る人が喫煙を発端とするガン、心臓疾患、発作、肺疾患、そして糖尿を患っています。

  • So what if you quit the habit?


  • How reversible are these risks?


  • That's what we'll be exploring today, in this episode of The Infographics Show: What Happens To Your Body When You Stop Smoking?

    今回の The Infographics Show ではその点について見ていきたいと思います。題して「タバコをやめると体にどのような変化が生じるのか」です。

  • Apart from that fact it's bad for your health, there are many other reasons to quit smoking.


  • It's expensive, it makes your hair and clothes stink, and in many places in the world, it's considered unsociable with bans in bars and restaurants meaning you'll need to leave the crowd and head outside for a puff.


  • There are plenty of plusses to kicking the habit, but what will the health results be?


  • Let's take a look at how your body will change as time passes once you've quit smoking


  • 20 MinutesIn less time than it takes to commute to work, your body will already be fixing itself.

    20 分経過ー 通勤にかかる時間程度でも、すでに身体は浄化を始めていきます。

  • 20 minutes after the last cigarette is stubbed out, your pulse and blood pressure start to drop back to normal, circulation will start to improve, and your hands and feet will warm to their usual temperature.

    最後にタバコを吸ってから 20 分経過すると、脈拍と血圧は通常値にまで下降していき血液循環も向上し、手や足も通常の体温になって暖かく感じるようになります。

  • 12 Hours - Cigarettes contain a lot of known toxins including a harmful gas, carbon monoxide.

    12 時間経過ー タバコは有害ガスである一酸化炭素のような毒素を多く含みます。

  • This gas can be fatal in high doses, as it prevents oxygen from entering the lungs and blood.


  • At 12 hours, halfway through your first day, your carbon monoxide level is back to normal, which is great for your heart, as it doesn't have to pump as hard to get enough oxygen to your body.

    1 日の半分である12時間が経過した時点で、一酸化炭素レベルが通常値にまで戻るので、心臓が酸素を頑張って体中に送り出す必要がなくなるので負担が減ります。

  • Unfortunately though, it's at this point you'll be feeling the withdrawal and cravings.


  • A couple of ways to fight these feelings are by chewing gum or sipping water.


  • 24 HoursWell done, you've hit the one day mark!

    24 時間経過ー おめでとうございます、丸 1 日乗り越えました!

  • And the good news is that after just 24 hours, a person's blood pressure begins to drop, decreasing the risk of heart disease, and blood clots that can lead to stroke.

    そして、24 時間経過した後には血圧が下がり始め、心臓病のリスクや発作の原因となる血栓が生じる可能性も低くなっていきます。

  • If you smoke a pack a day, you're twice as likely to have a heart attack as a nonsmoker, and that risk has already been reduced considerably after just 24 hours.

    もし 1 日 1 箱吸う場合は、タバコを吸わない人と比べて心臓発作の発生率は 2 倍ですが、このリスクは 24 時間で劇的に減少します。

  • And with oxygen levels on the rise, physical activity and exercise will already feel easier.


  • 48 Hours – 2 days in is a good time for a tasty snack.

    48 時間ー 2 日も経ったら美味しい食べ物を楽しみましょう。

  • Smoking damages the nerve endings which decreases your ability to smell and taste properly, and after only 48 hours, your senses will get sharper as nerve endings begin to heal.

    喫煙は末端神経を破壊しますから、匂いをかぐことや味を見分ける能力が低下してしまいますが、たった 48 時間後にこれらの感覚は末端神経の回復とともに上昇していきます。

  • Your body will also enter a detoxification phase, with your lungs kicking out mucus left from cigarettes.


  • The downside is that this is when the toughest withdrawal symptoms show up.


  • If you were a heavy smoker, you might feel dizzy, anxious, or tired.


  • And you may also crave more food than usual.


  • 3 DaysAfter 3 days, the nicotine levels in a person's body are depleted.

    3 日経過ー 3 日も経つと体内のニコチンレベルは完全にゼロになります。

  • Ridding the body of nicotine leaves a person much healthier, but initially this also adds to the effects of withdrawal.


  • At the 3 day mark, many people will become moody and irritable, experiencing severe headaches and cravings, as the body readjusts.

    3 日の時点で、多くの人が身体のアジャストにともなう感情的かつイライラ感を感じるようになり、ひどい頭痛や欲求が生じてきます。

  • On the positive side, energy levels will increase and you will breathe more easily.


  • During the first 3 MonthsThis is when the major improvements start.

    3 か月経過ー ここで目に見えて大きな改善が始まります。

  • After a couple of weeks, the cravings will subside and the chance of going back to the habit, is far less likely.


  • Your lungs become stronger and clearer, and your blood flow has greatly improved.


  • You can exercise without huffing and puffing so much, and the risk of a heart attack goes down even more.


  • 9 Months – 9 months after quitting, there will be major physical changes and improvements in the body.

    9 か月経過ー 禁煙開始から9カ月経つと、身体に大きな変化や改善が起きてきます。

  • The lungs have significantly healed themselves.


  • The delicate, hair-like structures inside the lungs known as cilia, which help to fight infections, will have recovered from the toll of cigarette smoke.


  • Around this time, many former smokers notice a decrease in the frequency of lung infections because the healed cilia can do their job more easily.


  • You'll also be able to take deeper breaths, and energy levels will be a lot higher and back to normal.


  • 1 Year – A big milestone with the habit in the distant past.

    1 年経過ー 大きな節目を迎えるころには喫煙していたのが遠い昔のように思えます。

  • Time to celebrate the achievement.


  • The risk of heart disease has decreased by half and will continue to drop beyond this 1-year mark.

    心臓疾患のリスクも半減して、この 1 年目以降は下がり続けていきます。

  • 5 YearsAfter 5 years without smoking, the body has healed itself so that the arteries and blood vessels begin to widen again.

    5 年経過ー タバコを吸わなくなって 5 年経つ頃には、身体が完全に回復して動脈や血管が広がり始めます。

  • This means blood is less likely to clot which lowers the risk of stroke, to the same level as a nonsmoker.


  • And compared to when you first quit, you're half as likely to get cancer of the mouth, throat, esophagus, or bladder.


  • 10 Years - Lung cancer is one of the greatest risks a smoker faces and after 10 years, a person's chances of developing lung cancer and dying from it is about half compared to a smoker.

    10 年経過ー 喫煙者にとっては肺ガンが最もリスクの高い病気ですが、10 年経過すると肺ガンを発症して死に至る確率は喫煙者の約半分にまで改善します。

  • 15 YearsAnd finally, after 15 years of not smoking, the chances that you'll get heart disease are the same as if you never smoked at all.

    15 年経過ー そしてついに15年経った後には心臓疾患にかかる確率は一度も喫煙をしたことの無い人と同じレベルにまで改善されます。

  • Your body has done a huge amount of recovery and healing, rejuvenating the tissue and cells.


  • From the first few weeks of headaches and discomfort, to a fully healed body…a long path but the rewards are very real and very clear.


  • There's no real argument to be made for continuing to smoke.


  • As well as the changes to your health, your immune system will also improve, your hair may become thicker and fuller, and your skin will age less quickly.


  • But of course, it's never easy, particularly during the first few days and weeks.


  • If you're quitting and need support and are based in the US, you can always call the National Cancer Institute's quitline on 877-44U-QUIT.


  • And if you still haven't stop smoking, we suggest an amazing audio book on audible titled The Easy Way to Stop Smoking.

    もしそれでもなかなかやめられない場合は、素晴らしいオーディオブック「The Easy Way to Stop Smoking」を聴いてみてください。

  • This classic guide to the world's most successful smoking cessation method is all you need to quit smoking.


  • Audible is offering our listeners our free audio book with 30-day trial membership, so you can check our this book free.

    Audible は、このビデオをご覧の皆さんに無料の 30 日トライアルを提供していますから、この本を無料でチェックしてみることができます。

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  • So, have you quit smoking?


  • If so, how did you manage to do it and has your health improved?


  • Let us know in the comments!


  • Also be sure to check out our other video, What If You Only Drank Coke and Nothing Else?!


  • Thanks for watching and as always don't forget to like, share and subscribe.


  • See you next time!


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