Smoking and the Health Risks That Come with It.

Even though smoking is a bad habit a person can start, smoking causes health problems providing it causes COPD (Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease); emphysema and chronic bronchitis and cancer.   Quitting can be the best thing a person can do for his or her health. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, smoking harms nearly every organ in the body, causing many diseases and affecting the health of smokers in general. Quitting smoking has immediate as well as long-term benefits for you and your loved ones. Smoking is the cause of and a causative factor to many diseases, including heart disease, cancer, and emphysema. Smoking will reduce a person’s sense of smell and taste, and increase the signs of aging, such as wrinkles.
              One of the passing of term smoking health risks that smokers experience is the momentary loss of breath. Loss of breath is caused by the nicotine found in each stick of a cigarette. It brushwood to lungs and causes a deadlock that makes it more trying to breathe. Also because of the smoke and additional chemicals there are parts of the lungs and the throat that obtains injury. There are also physical smoking health risks that can be seen like stains and wrinkles. Because of the smoke, the skin gets degraded that is why many smokers have many wrinkles. Smoking also causes bad breath and it can turn a person’s fingers and teeth yellow, it also can do damage to a person who does not smoke. It is called second hand smoke. When a person’s fingers are yellow the cause is from stains from tar and nicotine.   Oftentimes nicotine is responsible for the yellower stains and tar for the browner ones. Most smokers with nail staining have a yellowish brown color due to the mixture of both.

              When a nonsmoker is around a person who does smoke then it can cause many different diseases to that person. It is estimated that 46,000 deaths are from heart disease in non-smokers who live with smokers. There are about...