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The hazards of smoking

Every time you pick up the pack, you notice that smoking is harmful to health. What about the harm to beauty? Have you ever thought about this? If your answer is no, we invite you to get to know the archenemy of your beauty. Smoking damages your skin, eyes, lips, causes wrinkles, cellulite and ages quickly.

There are more than 4000 different harmful substances in cigarettes. In addition, there are many harmful substances in tobacco, which is known as the main ingredient of cigarettes. Insect poison is used to protect from pests and insects while growing tobacco. With cigarettes, apart from many poisonous substances, we even inhale pesticides.

Diseases Caused by Smoking

Dependence– The addictive feature of nicotine is very similar to heroin.

Back and Low Back Pain – Smoking is one of the factors that hinder the treatment of lumbar diseases. In addition, it can cause severe back and low back pain from time to time in normal people. This is because in smokers, the body sends very poor amounts of oxygen to the discs in the spinal cord.

Immunity to Drugs– Smokers have to use much larger doses of a particular drug for it to be effective.

Infertility– If only one of the couples smokes, the risk of not having children increases 3 times.

Menopause Menopause occurs 5-10 years earlier than expected in women who smoke. This causes the bones to thin and melt prematurely.

Premature Aging – Regular smoking disrupts the skin structure and causes wrinkles. In addition, the teeth turn yellow and darken, nails become unhealthy.

Healing Difficulty – Smokers’ wounds heal much more difficult. In addition, there is a possibility that postoperative wounds will not heal.

Tooth Loss– Smoking is an important factor in tooth loss.

Prostate cancer– Smoking is responsible for 40% of prostate cancer.

Breast CancerWomen who smoke have a 75% higher risk of developing breast cancer than non-smokers.

Uterine cancer– Women who smoke have a 4 times higher risk of developing uterine cancer than non-smokers.

Throat Cancer– 80% of throat cancer cases are caused by smoking.

Gastric cancer– Smokers are 2 times more likely to develop stomach or bowel cancer than non-smokers.

Liver Cancer– 80% of liver cancer cases are caused by smoking.

Throat Cancer – If you smoke 25 cigarettes a day, you have a 30 times higher risk of developing throat cancer. This causes difficulty in speaking at first, and in the later stages, being unable to speak completely.

emphysema – 85% of deaths caused by this disease are due to smoking. (The alveoli in the lungs lose their flexibility over time. In the later stages, there is intense breathing difficulty and the patient has to be connected to a breathing machine.)

Oral Cancer– Smoking causes all cases of oral cancer.

Esophageal Cancer– Almost all of those who die of this cancer have died because of smoking.

Childhood Respiratory Problems – Children whose parents smoke are 6 times more likely to encounter respiratory diseases. (Colds, ear infections, bronchitis, tonsil problems, asthma and pneumonia which sometimes even lead to death)

Ear Infections– Children of smokers are at risk of developing middle ear infections.

Premature Birth and Light Birth of the Baby– A pregnant woman who smokes only 5 cigarettes a day is at an incredible risk of giving birth prematurely or giving birth to a very small and unhealthy baby.

Diabetes – Smoking destroys the body’s ability to secrete insulin over time. This leads to diabetes.

Heart diseases– Smokers are 4 times more likely to have a heart attack than non-smokers.

Gangrene – Because the lungs become inefficient, very little oxygen is delivered to the body. The human body has to distribute this very small amount of oxygen to the internal organs. Therefore, cells from the fingertips, which are the farthest parts of the heart, die rapidly in chains. Often the arms or legs can be amputated.

The hazards of smoking

Every time you pick up the pack, you notice that smoking is harmful to health. What about the harm to beauty? Have you ever thought about this? If your answer is no, we invite you to get to know the archenemy of your beauty. Smoking damages your skin, eyes, lips, causes wrinkles, cellulite and ages quickly.

There are more than 4000 different harmful substances in cigarettes. In addition, there are many harmful substances in tobacco, which is known as the main ingredient of cigarettes. Insect poison is used to protect from pests and insects while growing tobacco. With cigarettes, apart from many poisonous substances, we even inhale pesticides.

Diseases Caused by Smoking

Dependence– The addictive feature of nicotine is very similar to heroin.

Back and Low Back Pain – Smoking is one of the factors that hinder the treatment of lumbar diseases. In addition, it can cause severe back and low back pain from time to time in normal people. This is because in smokers, the body sends very poor amounts of oxygen to the discs in the spinal cord.

Drug Immunity– Smokers have to use much larger doses of a particular drug for it to be effective.

Infertility– If only one of the couples smokes, the risk of not having children increases 3 times.

Menopause Menopause occurs 5-10 years earlier than expected in women who smoke. This causes the bones to thin and melt prematurely.

Premature Aging – Regular smoking disrupts the skin structure and causes wrinkles. In addition, the teeth turn yellow and darken, nails become unhealthy.

Healing Difficulty – Smokers’ wounds heal much more difficult. In addition, there is a possibility that postoperative wounds will not heal.

Tooth Loss– Smoking is an important factor in tooth loss.

Prostate cancer– Smoking is responsible for 40% of prostate cancer.

Breast CancerWomen who smoke have a 75% higher risk of developing breast cancer than non-smokers.

Uterine cancer– Women who smoke have a 4 times higher risk of developing uterine cancer than non-smokers.

Throat Cancer– 80% of throat cancer cases are caused by smoking.

Gastric cancer– Smokers are 2 times more likely to develop stomach or bowel cancer than non-smokers.

Liver Cancer– 80% of liver cancer cases are caused by smoking.

Throat Cancer – If you smoke 25 cigarettes a day, you have a 30 times higher risk of developing throat cancer. This causes difficulty in speaking at first, and in the later stages, being unable to speak completely.

emphysema – 85% of deaths caused by this disease are due to smoking. (The alveoli in the lungs lose their flexibility over time. In the later stages, there is intense breathing difficulty and the patient has to be connected to a breathing machine.)

Oral Cancer– Smoking causes all cases of oral cancer.

Esophageal Cancer– Almost all of those who die of this cancer have died because of smoking.

Childhood Respiratory Problems – Children whose parents smoke are 6 times more likely to encounter respiratory diseases. (Colds, ear infections, bronchitis, tonsil problems, asthma and pneumonia which sometimes even lead to death)

Ear Infections– Children of smokers are at risk of developing middle ear infections.

Premature Birth and Light Birth of the Baby– A pregnant woman who smokes only 5 cigarettes a day is at an incredible risk of giving birth prematurely or giving birth to a very small and unhealthy baby.

Diabetes – Smoking destroys the body’s ability to secrete insulin over time. This leads to diabetes.

Heart diseases– Smokers are 4 times more likely to have a heart attack than non-smokers.

Gangrene – Because the lungs become inefficient, very little oxygen is delivered to the body. The human body has to distribute this very small amount of oxygen to the internal organs. Therefore, cells from the fingertips, which are the farthest parts of the heart, die rapidly in chains. Often the arms or legs can be amputated.

Upset. Dr. Sevin Karalar

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