every year you smoked, it takes 4 years for your body to repair the damage caused by one year of smoking. if you smoked for 10 years you'll be back to normal healthy lungs in 40 years. i smoked for 9 years and i quit in November-ish (it's Jan now) and i can run a mile in 9:22 (which for me, never having run it in under 12, is AMAZING)
i run everyday and i can run for about 10 minutes without getting really out of breath. i think you just have make your lungs work a little hard in order to be able to handle it, just like muscle building.
Cigarette smoking lowers HDL cholesterol, as does malnutrition and obesity
False, Cigarette smoking does affect coronary heart disease.
Yes it can.
Yes,cigarette smoking affect ozone. But the amount is very low.
Smoking can affect your heart and lungs, because the tar in the cigarette can affect your breathing and other things.
smoking can affect the nonsmokers because not only the cigarette has dangerous toxins, the fume that expirates the cigarette contains the same toxins as the cigarette. You shouldn't be near of nonsmoker either to smoke
it has the same affect as smoking it in cigarette form.
Cigarette smoking does affect the human body. It is an appetite repressent, it causes cancer, and it can cause withdrawal symptoms.
smoking makes dogs happy and jumpy, which can affect the way household pets impact families and children
There is no "safe age". Smoking can negatively affect you and your life at any age.
Cigarette smoke may hinder the function of liver.
It will affect your lungs after a long time of smoking.
it affect our land with cigarette butt which has been discarded to the ground . the chemicals then spread out to the land and affect it . it takes 25 years to discompose those millions cigarette butt.
Of course it does. A cigarette is just a mini smoke stack.
I do not find smoking afftects m-eslon at all, I smoke and I have been on them for over a year.
Seeing as smoking a cigarette after smoking weed can slightly increase your high, it's possible, but unlikely.
Answer Cigarette smoking doesn't affect the level of anyone's sugar. No, actually.... The nicotine in cigarette smoke can raise your blood glucose (sugar) level, which can lead to insulin resistance (a pre-diabetic condition where glucose levels are above normal).1 • People who never smoked but were exposed to secondhand smoke are also at increased risk for developing glucose intolerance in young adulthood.1
the bad habits that affect our respiratory system are: (1)cigarette smoking (2)alcohol drinking (3)lack of exercise (4)lack of sleep
smoking does not affect on the sense of touch according to smoking and while touching something it actually helps you guess right than bad answer so it does not affect.
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Smoking can do so many deathly and horrible things to your body. It affects sense of taste because of the tar in the cigarette.
it affect your lungs and can produce high risk of heart attack.
No. Smoking is bad for you, regardless of what you do during or afterwards. I don't see much reason for exercising to reduce the effects of smoking. Smoking is bad for your lungs and it will mean that your exercise capability and fitness will decrease.
Heavy smoker presents a deposition of tar on the top of the fingers used to hold a cigarette. They remain over there as long the smoker keeps on smoking.
Cigarette smoke produces substances that clog the pores of the plants. Some of the harmful chemicals produced by smoking can harm plant growth.