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The health consequences of smoking: when tissue suffocates

With smoking is perhaps most commonly associated with lung cancer. But it is not the only disease of the respiratory system, which can be caused by cigarette smoke.

Deterioration of self-cleaning ability of the bronchi leading to clogging mucus and consequently repeated bronchitidám. Their combination with pulmonary emphysema, the lung tissue resulting loss often as a result of smoking, the doctor called as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

Risk of amputation

Damage to blood vessels due to smoking gives rise to such diseases such as angina pectoris, heart attack, stroke.

Are at risk but all the vessels of the body, including those who nourish the limbs. The multiple lesions in young male smokers is known as Buerger's disease, which often entail the need for amputation. As a result of atherosclerosis, increased production of smoke which supports may also be aneurysm (bulge) of the aorta. His sudden rupture is a life-threatening condition requiring immediate surgical intervention.

Without oxygen

Carbon monoxide contained in cigarette smoke binds to red blood cells in the areas of the oxygen. This is then the tissues and organs will also see a lower amount than they need, and essentially suffocate. Was not until 12 hours after the last cigarette, the cells from the toxic gas freeing and can again carry life-giving oxygen.

All organs at risk

Diseases on the occurrence or worsening of smoking more or less involved, are numerous and affect all organs of the human body. These include infertility, cervical cancer, gastric and duodenal ulcers, deafness, blindness, diabetes, multiple sclerosis and many more.

If you want on your body better care than ever before, the first step must be to stop smoking. Accessories for restoration of health can then be freely available to any medication containing vitamin C and omega-3 fatty acids.

Source: Smoking kouření.cz

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