After Effects of Smoking Habbit
- Affect Central nervous system. During smoking Nicotine in tobacco reaches your brain in mere seconds and makes you feel more energized for a while. But as that effect wears off, you feel tired and crave more.Nicotine is extremely habit-forming, which is why people find smoking so difficult to quit.
- Affect Respiratory system.When you inhale smoke, you are taking in substances that can damage your lungs.People who smoke continuously are at higher risk for chronic nonreversible lung conditions such as emphysema(The destruction of the air sacs in lungs), lung cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), chronic bronchitis(Permanent inflammation that affects the lining of the breathing tubes of the lungs).
- Children whose parents smoke are more prone to coughing, wheezing, and asthma attacks. They also tend to have higher rates of pneumonia and bronchitis.
- Smoking damages your entire cardiovascular system. Nicotine causes blood vessels to tighten, which restricts the flow of blood. Over time, the ongoing narrowing, along with damage to the blood vessels, can cause peripheral artery disease.
- Smoking raises blood pressure, weakens blood vessel walls, and increases blood clots. It will raises risk of stroke.
- smoking make an increased risk of worsening heart disease if the person already had heart bypass surgery, a heart attack, or a stent placed in a blood vessel.
- Substances in tobacco smoke actually change the structure of your skin. A recent study has shown that smoking dramatically increases the risk of squamous cell carcinoma (skin cancer).
- Smoking increases the likelihood of fungal nail infections.
- Smoking causes eye cataracts, macular degeneration, yellowing of whites of eyes
- Smoking leads to loss of sense of smell and taste
- Smoking causes yellow teeth, tooth decay and bad breath
- Smoking leads to lower fertility and increased risk of miscarriage
- Smoking increases the risk of mouth, throat, larynx, and esophagus cancer. Smokers also have higher rates of pancreatic cancer.
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