Lung and respiratory disease:
What diseases do cigarettes cause? The lungs are one of the organs that are fully affected by smoking. Causing a chronic cough Shortness of breath, bronchitis, pneumonia, Chronic Obstructive Airway Disease (COPD) is an emphysema. If left until most of the lungs are destroyed May need to use an oxygen machine to help you breathe at all times.
Cigarette constricts the coronary arteries. There is a binding of fat on the artery wall. Resulting in narrowing of the coronary arteries Until the heart deficiency of oxygen Coronary artery. When the blood cannot go to the heart Will cause colic, chest pain, especially when exercising There is a chance of an acute heart attack until death without knowing.
People who smoke regularly are more likely to develop gastric and duodenal ulcers than non-smokers. The chemicals in cigarette smoke stimulate the stomach to release more digestive juices than normal. And the wound is difficult to heal as well
Chances of Permanent Blindness:
Smoking is a chance to cause blindness. Smokers can get cataracts faster than the average person. Toxins accelerate the clouding of the inner lens of the eye. And becoming more and more turbid with the duration of the pumping Until causing cataract If you do not have lens replacement surgery, you will be blind.
People who smoke heavily are at risk of osteomyelitis. The toxins in cigarettes block the blood supply to the bones. And also reduce the absorption of calcium Therefore having brittle bones, easily broken, and also have joint inflammation The tendons may tear easily. If it is, it will be more difficult to treat than the general public. And the wound will heal slowly as well.