Smoking tobacco causes lower sperm counts - whether the cigarettes are mint or not.
Some research suggests that exposure to a variety of toxic substances, including those in cigarettes, can damage sperm and/or lower sperm count. Sperm imperfections and mishaps are to be expected, given the sheer volume of sperm in one ejaculate. However, it seems that they occur at a higher rate in men who have been exposed to certain toxins, drugs, alcohol, and radiation.
Yes, alcohol also does.
That would be the least of my worries as cigarettes can cause many different forms and types of cancer.
Smoking causes a lower sperm count and weaker sperm. It also causes the sperm to be shaped differently this of course will cause it hard to becone pregnant.
YES all mints do
The only thing that has been consistently linked as a "benefit" of smoking is lower rates of prostate cancer (men). However, this is due to nicotine and not the cigarettes themselves.
Smoking hurts your lungs what means you playing sports gets lower and lower.
all cigarettes lower sperm count lol there are no special cigarettes that are healthy for your balls.
Cigarettes are horrible. They pretty much affect everything except for how cool you look.
It's hard to pick an "average" amount of smoking, but in Delaware the average is about 185 packs a year, which works out to just under $1,000. In Utah, the smoking rate is much lower. Check the Related Links section below for an article about how much smokers in different states can expect to save by quitting (and thus, an average cost of cigarettes per year).
No. The number 1 cause is heart disease. However, that is an effect of smoking, furthermore, smoking also causes the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th leading causes of death, which are cancer, stroke, and chronic lower respiratory disease, respectively. Smoking can not be called a cause of death by itself; it simply causes diseases that account for more deaths that anything else.
Not good. Today people are more knowledgeable about the negative health effects that smoking can cause. On the other hand, the stereotypical tough or cool guy/gal image that was once associated with smoking has been replaced with one of lower class and in the lower socioeconomic status. Men and women do not think smoking places a person higher on the social status bar but the opposite.
Smoking has been shown to lower levels of testosterone.
Yes it can harm an unborn baby causing a lot lower baby mass and/or could cause the child to develop or have asthma.
Smoking weakens the lungs and will lower physical endurance and performance.
Smoking does not cause infertility among women, but it does lead to miscarriages and birth defects if done while you are pregnant. Even smoking after you give birth can affect your baby-- Sudden Infant Death Syndrome has been linked to second hand smoke and nicotine in breast milk. Second hand smoke has been associated that between 150,000 and 300,000 lower respiratory tract infections in infants and children under 18 months of age, resulting in between 7,500 and 15,000 hospitalizations each year.
Greater efficiency; increased productivity; lower unit costs
The better question would be, why the frack are you smoking SEEDS?
smoking cigarettes,cigars containing nicotine becomes addiction but there is a high intake of Co2 with the every puff that causes the haemoglobin to attach with Co2 replacing the oxygen in the blood cells.
Yes, Chantix may cause seizures. In March 2015, the FDA issued a warning that Chantix, a quit-smoking drug, is linked to rare risk of seizures and may lower tolerance to alcohol.
from the tar and nicotine that you inhale from smoking.
eat a healthy diet, no smoking..