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There are well-known dangers of smoking tobacco, and there are certainly many, but there are also some of the less known problems that people have due to smoking tobacco. We all know that smoking can cause cancer, and sometimes that is not a good enough reason for many people to not smoke or to stop smoking.
We hope that the hidden dangers of which we will write today are a good enough reason for you or your loved one to stop smoking or to never consider starting smoking in the first place.
A long time ago when smoking ads were not banned in the TV commercials, they featured famous actors and singers that portrayed bagasse’s that smoked. Since then many people have started speaking out against smoking, but the biggest problem men can have if they smoke is erectile dysfunction.
If you are not familiar with that term, that means that you could have problems with your penis and the blood flow when trying to get it erect. If you never want to have these issues in bed, don’t smoke tobacco.
To continue the topic of sex problems caused by smoking, infertility is one of them. In males, the number of healthy sperms produced is lowered by half in smokers, while in females the reproductive organs can become infertile. Additionally, even if babies do get conceived, there is an increased chance of stillbirth babies in families where both of the parents are smokers and smoke during the pregnancy period.
Women have a problematic cleansing of their body once a month. During this time, they are prone to mood swings and painful sensations in their stomach due to hormone changes and many body functions. It is reported that women who smoke have higher pain levels and for longer periods of time. It is not exactly known how smoking directly affects the hormonal changes, but studies show that women smokers have bigger problems that persist longer during their period.
Smokers have another issue that is hidden deep under the skin. Bone density is lowered in smokers, and a higher chance of developing osteoporosis is also present. After damage is done to the bone, it takes a decade to regenerate that damage and only if you don’t smoke during those ten years.
Today there are a million things that want to attack your body for many reasons. The first line of defense and the best line of defense your body has against all these attacks is a good immunity. If your immunity levels are compromised, there is no telling how your body might react to some challenges it may face. You might get just a cough, or you might get pneumonia and die.
It’s really a gamble, and if you don’t want to take that gamble you should not smoke, or if you already are quit as soon as possible.
Addiction from nicotine is a serious problem in a huge number of the world population. The effects of smoking are well known but many people still choose to smoke, and some scientist think that they can’t stop using conventional methods since it’s their brain that is not letting them quit.
Smoking causes significant issues where your body gets less oxygen, where it lowers your blood pressure, and in return, your heart pumps less blood and a lot slower.
The brain itself is under constant attack from the smoke you inhale when you light a cigarette.
First of all, the whole addiction happens in the brain. Nicotine addiction is one of the toughest addictions to beat for an average person. The changes that happen inside your brain depend on the amount of time you have been smoking, but some are present in all smokers.
After the first week, your brain gets over saturated with the nicotine levels, and it has to adapt and accommodate the new levels of nicotine that are regularly getting pumped to it. Once you get your dose, you are fine, but the moment you don’t feed those receptors the amount they need to feel relaxed, you begin to feel nervous, and the side effects of nicotine withdrawal start to manifest themselves.
These can include itching, strong impulses, mood swings, anxiousness, easy irritation by your surroundings, and much more.
But scientists have also found a direct connection with how the use of tobacco and how smokers perceive other people. For example, smokers will be more accepting of other smokers and will initiate conversations with them, while they will indirectly push the nonsmokers away. Many smokers find the company of other smokers more relaxing than of nonsmokers.
Also if smokers see other people smoke in movies and commercials, they associate them with the term badass or cool or hero, when in nonsmokers they don’t create any special feelings. It’s an interesting issue when analyzed because we can then understand how smoking has a psychological effect on our brain.
This can indirectly be the reason many people get intoxicated faster when they go out for a drink. Your brain requires a huge amount of oxygen to be regularly supplied to it so it can function properly. Every time you get less oxygen many of your skills get lowered by a significant amount. If you don’t get enough oxygen, you can faint or fall, and in some cases, you can die.
The fact that smoking can lower that intake of oxygen can get people highly intoxicated when they pair it up with alcohol. That can create a deadly combination due to poor decision making. Smoking can also lower that oxygen level in second-hand smokers which is a problem for people that don’t smoke but went out and drank a bit since it can get them into the same poor decision making state as the smokers who drink find themselves.