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What are the Health Risks of Smoking?
08-25-2016, 12:41 AM
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Tongue What are the Health Risks of Smoking?
Bronchitis Und Asthma - What are the Health Risks of Smoking?
Is so easy to become a statistic from smoking, just follow the usage instructions on the cigarette package, and this product can kill you. If you got that kind of warning about almost any other product you would never touch it. Why do so many intelligent people continue to smoke when they know what the risks are, or do they only know some of them?

Emphysema is a Respiratory Disorder Characterized by Problems in Breathing
The disorder is caused by the enlargement of air sacs in the lungs, and this makes it difficult for the oxygen to get transported to the bloodstream. Emphysema is the most common cause of death from respiratory disease in the United States. It is generally caused by heavy cigarette smoking. Obviously with a reduction in the circulation of oxygen throughout the body it will deteriorate at an increased rate. Emphysema sufferers have the constant feeling of slowly suffocating, because they can't breathe in enough oxygen to feel comfortable.

When the combination of these two illnesses strike a person it can be an extremely unpleasant situation where the shortage of breath becomes increasingly difficult and ultimately results in early death. Smoking also increases the problem of hypertension (high blood pressure) and along with that smokers are at more risk of having a heart attack than those people who don't smoke. The title of this composition could be rightly be Bronchitis. This is because what is mentioned here is mostly about Bronchitis.

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  • Illnesses that relate to breathing such as emphysema and bronchitis are caused or made worse by smoking.
  • Do you want to finish your life dragging an oxygen bottle around with you, if you think so, ask someone who does drag one around, just to survive.
  • We hope you develop a better understanding of Emphysema Bronchitis on completion of this article on Emphysema Bronchitis.
  • Only if the article is understood is it's benefit reached.

Until recently the group of diseases that are thought to be primarily caused by smoking were all more prevalent in men than in women, however as the number of women smokers has increased, more women are being diagnosed with these diseases Saying that all that is written here is all there is on Emphysema Bronchitis would be an understatement. Very much more has to be learnt and propagated bout Emphysema Bronchitis.

Each day of smoking is another step in the wrong direction where many parts of the body including the major organs are exposed to danger that can ultimately lead to death. Damage to your lungs gets worse with every cigarette, and will never rebound, unfortunately the risk of lung cancer which is by far the biggest killer of smokers, never goes completely away. Many ex-smokers still get and die from lung cancer, sometimes many years after they quit. Once you are through reading what is written here on Bronchitis Caused, have you considered recollecting what has been written and writing them down? This way, you are bound to have a better understanding on Bronchitis Caused.

Addition to this damage to the air sacs in the lungs, other tissues in the airways can become inflamed from cigarette smoke causing chronic bronchitis. Chronic bronchitis is a major cause of disability and death in the United States. The American Lung Association estimates that about 14 million Americans suffer from the disease. Chronic bronchitis is caused by inhaling bronchial irritants, especially cigarette smoke. As you progress deeper and deeper into this composition on Chronic Bronchitis, you are sure to unearth more information on Chronic Bronchitis. The information becomes more interesting as the deeper you venture into the composition.
  • Quitting smoking is hard to do, however thousands of people do it every day.
  • What is required is that you make a plan to quit, and you start.
  • Today would not be too soon.
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