I'm not sure if it has been proven in adults, but there is evidence that it stunts the normal growth of a fetus in the womb if a pregnant woman smokes.AnswerNo, that's a myth, though as the other poster pointed out it can cause low birth weight in babies.
NO. unlike introducing any other poison into the body while it is developing. It also increases mentality, imagination, ambition, ability to organise, ability to plan and the ability to see yourself as you would like others to see you.
Its hard to find a straight answer to this question so I will just give you my personal experience. As A male to female transsexual, I have been on hormones for several months and I had quite smoking before I started, but I did start again. Before starting again I could feel my nipples getting itchy the first sign of growth, but since Ive started again it has gone away. I quite again a few weeks ago and the itchiness has returned and Ive started to notice some changes. I'm not a doctor and I don't know for sure that the smoke was affecting it, but it seems to have had an effect on me. My advice is that you quite smoking just in case it dose have some effect.
Smoking can stunt your growth in most parts of your body, some more than others.Height is easily stunted by smoking, as is the creation of some types of cells.
Smoking can harm your body in more ways than just stunting your growth. Starting to smoke is a terrible idea and you shouldn't even consider it.
if you smoke before you stop growing smoking can stunt your growth
No, but it will kill you
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Heavy lifting will not stunt your growth. Your growth depends mainly upon eating a good diet. Smoking cigarettes is known to stunt the growth of a child, mainly because it reduces appetite and so leads to an inadequate diet.
Smoking Cigarettes, (not weed) drinking, and some other stuff.. But drugs dont stunt your growth... ;)