What you can get from smoking?
Female body more vulnerable to smoking than men. In some countries, female smoking is a part of social life. Young women are more addicted to smoking and young women can be pretty vulnerable – their health and reproductive system can be damaged dramatically. What happens during smoking? What you can get from smoking?
It is well known that smoking women can gradually loose attractiveness, and they can suffer from several dangerous smoking side effects. Smoke (nicotine) is a poison for the skin – usually skin loses its elasticity, suffer from wrinkles and loose healthy color becoming more gray. Unfortunately women who smoke have very specific harsh voice. Yellowish teeth and nails are also very typical for smoking women.
Nicotine and other cigarette poisons can damage several important vital complex physiological processes in the female body (especially in the reproductive system). Nicotine (smoking) can cause irregular menstrual cycles, menstrual cramps and sometimes even the cessation of menstruation (amenorrhea and premature menopause).
Smoking suppresses the immune system, creating conditions for a number of inflammatory processes and sterility. Smoking also leads to a decrease in sexual desire.
What you can get from smoking?
One cigarette contains about 4000 chemicals which infiltrate your organs during smoking.
During first 10 seconds of smoking all cigarette chemicals pass through your mouth, leaving a faint brown film on your tooth. During 10 seconds toxic gases such as formaldehyde and ammonia immediately attack your immune system causing disturbances. At the same time, during smoking the nicotine passes into your bloodstream through millions of capillaries in the lungs.
What you can get from smoking
During smoking the nicotine attack adrenal glands and trigger adrenalin production. Increased concentration of adrenalin is raising your blood pressure and increasing your heart bits. Both high blood pressure and increased heart rate put you at a higher risk of having a stroke.
At the same time, nicotine easily enters your bloodstream and attacks your brain cells responsible for several functions including response to neurotransmitter dopamine.
At the same time, toxic carbon monoxide from your cigarettes enters bloodstream limiting body’s ability to transport oxygen to vital organs. By the way, carbon monoxide is the element found in car exhaust.
Once you finish your cigarette, you think all “damage” stops but in reality your body will be mopping up toxic substances for the next 6-8 hours.
On average, each cigarette shortens a smoker’s life by around 11 minutes. Just multiply the number of smoked cigarettes to 11 minutes and you can estimate how much you shorten your life.
Smoking Immediate Effect on women body
- Specific unpleasant smelly hairs;
- Reduced oxygen transportation to vital organs especially to brain;
- Increased heart rate and blood pressure and increased risk for stroke;
- Very specific breath odor and colored stained teeth;
- “Smoked” skin – bad skin;
- Unpleasant chronic specific coughs;
- Asthma attack possibility.
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