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Will you quit smoking after this?
When you breathe cigarette smoke, he passed through your mouth and throat, gets into the lungs. In smoke contains more than 4 thousand chemicals and substances including highly causing cancer. For example, formaldehyde, benzene, arsenic and others. These substances interact with tissues of the body when in contact with them. When the smoke reaches the lungs, it is deposited in the form of tar.
A large number of chemicals into the blood through the lungs. Carbon monoxide (exactly the same as in automobile exhaust!) Replaces part of oxygen in the blood. This leads to lack of oxygen in all organs, including the brain.
One of the chemicals into the blood - Nicotine. Its regular use leads to nicotine addiction. Nicotine alkaloid contained in tobacco (up to 2 and some other plants. When smoking tobacco is sucked into the body. A strong poison in small doses acts on the nervous system, in large - is its paralysis (stopping breathing, cessation of cardiac activity). Multiplier absorption of nicotine in small doses if smoking causes nicotinizm. nicotine sulfate is used for control of pests of plants.
Cigarette smoke comes into direct contact with light, strongly increasing the risk of cancer, pneumonia, emphysema, chronic bronchitis and other lung diseases, breathing difficulties. Fortunately, many changes reversible.
The effect of exposure to chemical substances contained in tobacco smoke, the body is a major risk factor to sick myocardial infarction and other cardiac diseases. Myocardial infarction, heart disease, characterized by formation of a heart attack in the heart muscle due to the violation of coronary circulation (atherosclerosis, thrombosis, spasm veneric arteries). The development of myocardial infarction (mostly against a backdrop of attacks stenocardia) contribute including smoking. The main manifestations: a long bout of acute pain in the center or left of the chest, a feeling of fear, choking, collapse, rising temperatures, changes in blood and electrocardiogram. The patient in need of urgent hospitalization.
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