As we know,while most people know that smoking cigarettes damages their health, you may not realise just how far reaching the damaging effects of smoking are. Smoking not only increases your risk of serious diseases such as cancer, heart disease, stroke and lung disease, but it can also contribute to cosmetic problems such as wrinkles and discoloured teeth. The effects of smoking can be very critical even on a person’s brain health especially when this is overly done. Here the effects of smoking that the smokers should to know!! =)
1)Firstly ,it can effects your eyes. The risk of developing cataracts is 2-3 times higher among smokers compared with non-smokers. Cataracts are one of the most common causes of visual impairment among Australians. Smoking is also the major preventable cause of macular degeneration, a condition which causes blurred central vision. Did you want it happens to you??
2)Secondly , its also will be effects your mouth. The risk of developing cataracts is 2-3 times higher among smokers compared with non-smokers. Cataracts are one of the most common causes of visual impairment among Australians. Smoking is also the major preventable cause of macular degeneration, a condition which causes blurred central visions. In additions, smokers of the same age tend to look older than their non-smoker because smoking makes teeth turn yellow and as stains also develop on the fingers.
3)Thirdly, smoking also effects to reproctive system either man or woman!! Smoking increases the risk of cervical cancer in women, and may be associated with an increased risk of erectile dysfunction (getting or maintaining an erection) in men. Women who smoke may have more trouble getting pregnant than non-smokers. This is especially true if their partner is also a smoker, because smoking can reduce a man’s sperm count. Smoking during pregnancy can increase your risk of miscarriage, pregnancy complications, and premature delivery. Smoking during pregnancy also increases your baby’s risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). So just be aware n think the risk when u take a smoke!!
4)Smoking contributes to the reduction in bone density among women who have been through menopause, and increases the risk of hip fracture in both older men and women.Acute myeloid leukaemia, which is a type of cancer of the bone marrow, has recently been found to be strongly associated with smoking.
So,did u want to continue smoking even u know the effects?? I believe that it may be difficult to stop from smoking but not impossible.rite?? :) whats your opinion?? - Posted by Azlinawati