How Smoking Causes Cancer

 Smoking is responsible for many diseases, including cancer, long-term (chronic), respiratory diseases and cardiovascular diseases and premature death. More than 440 000 people in the U.S. and 100,000 in Great Britain die each year because of smoking. According to the U.S. CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), lost $ 92 billion annually in lost productivity due to smoking-related deaths.

And 'more than 2.4 million deaths each year in the U.S. for more than 440 000 are caused by smoking. Smoking is the leading cause of preventable death in the world. Recent studies have shown that smokers can undermine the health of nonsmokers in some environments.Smoking causes cancer90% of patients with lung cancer developed the disease because of smoking. Lung cancer is one of the most common causes of cancer deaths in the world. In addition, smokers have a significantly higher risk of developing:

Bladder Cancer

Kidney Cancer

Throat Cancer

Mouth cancer

Esophageal cancer

Pancreatic Cancer

Stomach cancer

Some of the leukemia

Cancer of the nose and sinuses

Cervical Cancer

Bowel Cancer

Ovarian cancer
In some cases, breast cancer, According to Cancer Research UK, one person every 15 minutes DIS UK from lung cancer.

Smoking also increases the risk of cancer recurrence.

Why smoking increases the risk of cancer?

Scientists say there are more than 4,000 compounds in cigarette smoke. A significant number of them are toxic - they are bad for us and to damage our cells. Some of them cause cancer - that are carcinogens. Cigarette smoke consists mainly of Nicotine this is not carcinogenic. However, it is very addictive. Smokers are very difficult to stop, because they are hooked on nicotine. Nicotine is a very fast-acting drugs. It affects the brain within 15 seconds of inhalation. If cigarettes and other tobacco products is nicotine, how many people are regular smokers would fall dramatically. Without nicotine, the tobacco industry would collapse.

Nicotine is an insecticide used as a very controlled. Exposure to sufficient quantities can cause vomiting, convulsions, central nervous system, and growth retardation. It can also affect the developing fetus. Carbon monoxide which is a toxic gas. It does not smell or taste. The body has trouble distinguishing carbon monoxide oxygen and absorb into the blood. Faulty boilers emit dangerous carbon monoxide, which makes the car exhaust.


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