10 Harmful effects of smoking
In today’s youth, the most serious problem is smoking. It looks like a tension reliever for them. They find it cool. But they didn’t know that they are playing with their life.
Smoking effects our respiratory system , reproductive system , circulatory system , skin , heart and eyes
These are some effects of smoking
1. Lung disorder
Smoking damages our lungs. A person not only taking nicotine inside but also taking harmful carbon monoxide (CO), hydrogen cyanide (HCN), and nitrogen oxides, are gases.
Smoking leads us to lung cancer. According to the recent studies Main Causes of Lung Cancer | Lung Cancer Incidence | Risk Factor of Lung Cancer in India. In most people, lung cancer is related to cigarette smoking. Smoking causes nearly 9 out of 10 cases (86%). A further 3% of cases of lung cancer are caused by exposure to secondhand smoke in nonsmokers (passive smoking)
2. Cardiovascular Disease
Smoking can harm our heart , blood vessel’s and blood cells also.
Tar in Smoke causes the blockage in the blood vessels which leads to the heart attack and numerous heart diseases.
3. Fertility issues
If a woman continuously some it can affect the reproductive system of the woman. And can leads to severe issues in pregnancy and can even lead to abortion. This is due to abnormal hormonal disorder and an imbalance of hormones.
Research said in Men sot leads to low sperm count and erectile dysfunction.
4. Complications in Pregnancy
According to the CDCTrusted Source, smoking can affect pregnancy and the developing fetus in several ways, including:
- increasing the risk of ectopic pregnancy
- reducing the baby’s birth weight
- increasing the risk of preterm delivery
- damaging the fetus’s lungs, brain, and central nervous system
- increasing the risk of sudden infant death syndrome
- contributing to congenital abnormalities, such as cleft lip or cleft palate
5. Risk Of Type II Diabetes
Smoking can also make it more difficult for people with diabetes to manage their condition.
Smoking weakens the immune system as many harmful toxic substances is taken in which can affect our immune system and can catch a disease more easily than a normal person.
7. Vission Problem
Smoking cigarettes can cause eye problems, including a greater risk of cataracts and age-related macular degeneration.
Other vision problems related to smoking include:
- dry eyes
- diabetic retinopathy
8. Poor Hygiene
- swollen and tender gums
- bleeding when brushing
- loose teeth
- sensitive teeth
Smoking tobacco affects the person’s ability to taste and smell things properly. Yellowing of teeth can be seen in smokers.
9. Effects Skin And Hairs
Smoking can causes the wrinkleness of the skin . A person who smokes can look more aged then normal person . Dryness of the skin can also be seen . Hair loss is also seen in the smoker .
10. Risk Of Other Cancer
There are other cancers risk for a person who smokes
- mouth cancer
- laryngeal cancer
- throat cancer
- esophageal cancer
- kidney cancer
- cervical cancer
- liver cancer
- colon cancer
- acute myeloid leukemia