How smoking affects your health?

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Smoking damages your heart and your blood circulation, increasing your risk of developing conditions such as:

  • coronary heart disease.
  • heart attack.
  • stroke.
  • peripheral vascular disease (damaged blood vessels)
  • cerebrovascular disease (damaged arteries that supply blood to your brain)

The recent tragic and alarming cases of severe lung disease are clearly cause for concern. A number of other health effects are also worrisome:

  1. Nicotine is highly addictive and can affect the developing brain, potentially harming teens and young adults. Even some “nicotine-free” e-cigarettes have been found to contain nicotine.
  2. Some substances found in e-cigarette vapor have been linked to an increased risk of cancer.
  3. Teens who vape are more likely to begin smoking cigarettes.
  4. Explosions and burns have been reported with e-cigarettes while recharging the devices, due to defective batteries.
  5. Accidental exposure to liquid from e-cigarettes has caused acute nicotine poisoning in children and adults.
  6. Vaping during pregnancy could harm a developing fetus.