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    What does smoking cigarettes change about your appearance?



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    It yellows your teeth. Ages your skin, brings on premature wrinkles
    Yellows your skin and makes you stink foul

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    Hi, i am doing a project on effects of smoking. Is it possible for you to tell me the harmful effects from smoking? Thanks :-D

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    Effects of Tobacco Smoke

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    Smoking KILLS
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    Every year hundreds of thousands of people around the world die from diseases caused by smoking.
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    One in two lifetime smokers will die from their habit. Half of these deaths will occur in middle age.
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    Tobacco smoke also contributes to a number of cancers.

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    The mixture of nicotine and carbon monoxide in each cigarette you smoke temporarily increases your heart rate and blood pressure, straining your heart and blood vessels.
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    This can cause heart attacks and stroke. It slows your blood flow, cutting off oxygen to your feet and hands. Some smokers end up having their limbs
    amputated.
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    Tar coats your lungs like soot in a chimney and causes cancer. A 20-a-day smoker breathes in up to a full cup (210 g) of tar in a year.
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    Changing to low-tar cigarettes does not help because smokers usually take deeper puffs and hold the smoke in for longer, dragging the tar deeper into their lungs.
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    Carbon monoxide robs your muscles, brain and body tissue of oxygen, making your whole body and especially your heart work harder. Over time, your airways swell up and let less air into your lungs.
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    Smoking causes disease and is a slow way to die. The strain put on your body by smoking often causes years of suffering. Emphysema is an illness that slowly rots your lungs. People with emphysema often get bronchitis again and again, and suffer lung and heart failure.
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    Lung cancer from smoking is caused by the tar in tobacco smoke. Men who smoke are ten times more likely to die from lung cancer than non-smokers.
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    Heart disease and strokes are also more common among smokers than non-smokers.
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    Smoking causes fat deposits to narrow and block blood vessels which leads to heart attack.
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    Smoking causes around one in five deaths from heart disease.
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    In younger people, three out of four deaths from heart disease are due to smoking.


    I hope this helps =)

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    The above information is obtained from this site..=)
    [url]http://www.quit-smoking-stop.com/harmful-smoking-effects.html[/url]

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    These are the some changes when you are smoking.

    * Bad breath
    * Tooth discoloration
    * Inflammation of the salivary gland openings on the roof of the mouth
    * Increased build up of plaque and tartar on the teeth
    * Increased loss of bone within the jaw
    * Increased risk of leukoplakia, white patches inside the mouth
    * Increased risk of developing gum disease, a leading cause of tooth loss
    * Delayed healing process following tooth extraction, periodontal treatment, or oral surgery
    * Lower success rate of dental implant procedures
    * Increased risk of developing oral cancer

    Well that is the truth that truly hurts. If you want to change for the better. I recommend this site:
    [url="http://www.stopsmokinghabits.com/"]http://www.stopsmokinghabits.com[/url]

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    Hi,

    1) Smoking can lead to lung cancer, eventually causing death.
    2) Regular smoking may also cause other cancers.
    3) If not controlled, smoking can have adverse effects on the proper functioning of heart.
    4) Smoking reduces blood circulation in the body, further resulting in severe health problems.
    5) Harmful substances contained in the smoke can stain teeth and nail.
    6) Cigarettes can affect the digestive system.
    7) Smokers tend to develop ulcers than non-smokers.
    8) Due to improper removal of poisonous substances from the lungs, smokers are prone to serious health problems.



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