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What does smoking do to the human body?

 

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Smoking is a process in which a substance is burned, and the smoke is tasted or inhaled. The process is mainly done as a recreational exercise through the use of drugs, which are released by combustion of the active substance, such as nicotine, making it available for absorption by the lung. There are thousands of chemicals that affect the central nervous system, and cigarettes are the most potent and common means of smoking today, whether industrially produced or hand-rolled from loose tobacco and rolling paper. Other means of smoking are pipes, cigars, hookahs, and bongs.

The effect of smoking on human health

Although there are some positive effects of tobacco, such as improving focus and performance, relieving boredom, and improving mood, its negative effects on health outweigh its slight positives, as the smoke produced when burning tobacco and its additives consists of more than 4,000 chemical compounds. Many of these compounds are highly toxic. Toxicity has a variety of effects on health. Here are some of the effects of smoking on human health:

- Smoking is addictive

- Smoking causes cancer

- Smoking causes diabetes

- Smoking increases the risk of contracting tuberculosis

- Arthritis disease.

 Passive smoking and its effects

Passive smoking is the inhalation of smoke from someone else's smoking. For example, when a child sits next to his smoking father, he inhales the smoke from his father's cigarette, and thus is affected by the effects of passive smoking. Which include an increased risk of sudden infant death syndrome, acute respiratory infections, middle ear diseases, asthma, and respiratory diseases. For adults, passive smoking leads to the possibility of stroke, lung cancer, and other diseases. coronary heart, and others.

Quit smoking

Find the main reason that pushes a person to quit smoking, such as protecting health, and protecting children from the effects of secondhand smoke.

In the beginning, look for alternatives to nicotine so as not to cause addiction to smoking, such as using nicotine gum, drinking coffee, or pain relievers when you feel a headache caused by quitting smoking, and you can consult your doctor for better suggestions. Tell a friend or family member that you want to quit smoking to motivate the person and help them quit smoking completely.

Exercising to relieve stress, listening to music, communicating with friends, taking up a hobby, and avoiding stressful situations during the first few weeks after you stop smoking.

 Eat vegetables and fruits.

Keep going and don't back down as much as possible.

I know that reaching the goal is not easy, but it takes a lot of work and patience

What do you feel when you quit smoking

Symptoms vary from person to person, but in many people they feel a strong desire to smoke, extreme hunger, cough, headache, difficulty concentrating, constipation, extreme fatigue, sore throat, or difficulty sleeping. Although the symptoms of quitting smoking may appear significantly during the first period, they will disappear within a few weeks.



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