Minggu, 11 Februari 2018

Dangerous Effect of Smoking for your Health


Are you a smoker? If you are a smoker did you know the effect caused when you suck and spend every cigarette you have? Proven dangers of smoking, led to the development of various diseases such as coronary artery disease, lung cancer, obstructive pulmonary disease and stroke. In fact, the degenerative disease is just part of the health impact arising from smoking. There are other health effects may be a smoker doesn't realize, that decrease the body's durability so that they are more susceptible to infectious diseases. These things tend to happen briefly and may cause health impacts on the daily life of a smoker.Why smoking affects the immune system of the human body? 

 

Smoking has a variety of poisons from chemicals contained in cigarettes themselves. and most major dangers come from the carbon monoxide and carcinogenic poisons on. Smoke can be inhaled respiratory tract. Both can damage organs and trigger the declining function of cardiovascular system and respiratory organs. As a result, the body will be more difficult against pathogenic germs which is the environment of having to overcome the damage of organs and fight the toxins from cigarette smoke exposure.Because of the smoke, that means can trigger a person will more likely and could be exposed to the toxins from cigarette smoke with a frequency that is more often and for a long time. Similar things can also be experienced by passive smokers, even the danger of smoking it higher again if the passive smokers inhale of breath emitted by active smokers.Dangers of smoking against the resistance of the bodyThe decrease in immune system function is characterized by the lack of the ability of the body against infectious agents. This can be due to damage to the organs and components of the immune system that can not work properly when the body is deficient intake needs, such as oxygen and antioxidant. It is very likely caused by the habit of smoking.Here are some of the dangers of smoking against the resistance of the body:
  • Damage to the respiratory tract
It is the beginning of the decline of the power of the body. The toxins in cigarettes can cause irritation and mucus in the respiratory tract that is the chance occurrence of infection in the throat to the lungs. The infection may also be more susceptible because of smoke damage Cilia, the tiny hairs on the respiratory function of capturing dust. The more exposure to cigarette smoke will be the greater risk of infection also becomes more serious and cause damage to the air cavities in the lung.
  • Trigger Autoimmune Conditions
the content of toxic carcinogens and tar in cigarettes that can cause the body to become less effective against the infection. The weakened immune system is also dangerous because it may trigger autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis and multiple sclerosis.
  • Inhibit Blood Flow
This is an effect of nicotine so as to trigger the blood becomes more viscous and caused nutrients, minerals and oxygen is diffused through the blood becomes less. Consequently in smokers, the inflammation of the outer part or organ in the body is undergoing repairs.
  • Reduce the Amount Of Antibodies
This can occur due to the effects of toxins from cigarettes that have entered the blood stream. Antibodies is a blood protein that plays a role in reducing the number of agent-specific infections on the body. As a result the smokers will experience a longer recovery period than usual.
  • Reducing The Levels Of Antioxidants
such antioxidant compounds that are derived from vitamin C in the blood serves to ward off free radicals and repair damaged organs. Smokers generally have fewer antioxidants than levels in individuals who are not smokers.
  • Increase White Blood Cells
same thing as antibodies, if white blood cells also serves to fight infections, but in smokers, inflammatory and the damage continues to occur to cause the levels of white blood cells continue to be in high quantities. As a result, white blood cells will become less responsive to the agent of the disease and if it happened in a long time can increase the risk of heart attack, stroke, and cancer development.
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