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Sunday, May 20, 2012

Dangers Of Smoking To Health



Please note that the content of elements that exist in cigarettes is very harmful for health otherwise. The main toxins in cigarettes are tar, nicotine, and carbon monoxide.
Tar is hirokarbon that are sticky and attach to the lungs.
Nicotine is the addictive substance that affects the nerves and blood circulation. This substance is a carcinogen, and can lead to lung cancer.
Carbon monoxide is a substance that binds to hemoglobin in the blood, making blood is not able to bind oxygen.

Toxic effects on these cigarettes made of cigarette smoke have a greater risk of lung cancer, heart attack, mouth and throat disorders. Smoking also increases the risk of fatality for patients with pneumonia and heart failure and high blood pressure.

Here are the dangers of smoking to health:

The influence of smoking on reproduction and fertility is quite fatal. Smoking can increase the risk of impotence, damage sperm, reduce sperm count and cause testicular cancer.
Mouth and Teeth
Smoking can cause bad breath and stained teeth. It can also cause gum disease and damage to the sense of taste. The most serious of smoking in this area is an increased risk of developing cancer of the tongue, throat, and lips.
Smoking reduces the amount of oxygen to the skin so that it can accelerate aging and skin look gray.
Smoking can cause rapid bone weak and fragile. Especially women, 5-10% more likely to suffer from osteoporosis than non-smokers.
Stomach
Smoking can increase the chances of developing stomach cancer and the risk of kidney cancer, pancreas and bladder.
Smoking causes chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). COPD is a progressive disease that makes a person difficult to breathe. Many smokers do not know that they have been exposed to this disease until it was too late. There is no cure for this disease and no way to reverse the damage.
Carbon monoxide from cigarette stealing blood oxygen and lead to the development of precipitated cholesterol on artery walls. This effect increases the risk of heart attack and stroke.

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