Nicotine, the active ingredient in tobacco, is a stimulant compound. For those individuals who are already predisposed to Heart disease and coronary artery narrowing, nicotine stimulation can cause coronary artery vasospasm and attacks of angina pain.
Smoking cigarettes is a known risk factory for coronary artery disease.
in your heart
nicotine affects the heart
Tobacco can lead to lung cancer, heart problem, and other cancers.
the heart is affected by tobacco because tobacco is absorbed in to our blood and is dropped off in our lungs and eventually will cause us lung cancer or asthma or our lungs will fail and we will die!!!!!
tobacco itself is mostly harmless. the heart is not likely to take damage from tobacco at all. the most dangerous about tobacco is the added chemicals. most common in use is perfume and mild painkiller so your throat won't get sore.
It can slow your heart rate
Yes. Tobacco contains nicotine which a stimulant. Nicotine raises blood pressure and heart rate and overtime can cause plaque buildup, heart attack, or stroke.
heart failure, heart attack, and smoking, and using chewing tobacco
Smokeless tobacco and cigarettes affects the heart by increasing your chances of getting a heart attack. After constant exposure to the substances in tobacco, the arteries in your body start to shrink. This increases your cholesterol level and white cell count, which in turn causes a blockage in the artery. This restricts the blood and oxygen supply flowing to the heart which triggers the heart attack.
tobacco can temporarily raise blood pressure, and it DOES increase the risk of heart and blood vessel diseases.
obviously lung cancer or heart failure (heart attack or stroke)
because they have contains drugs
From the chemicals in the product.
People who chew tobacco have an increased risk of heart disease and mouth and throat cancer.
it is a tobacco product if you smoke it may give you heart disorders like making your heart stop or your heart bleeding to death.
Yes, it can affect your B/P.
The Alveoli,Mouth,Heart,Blood,and Larynx
there are none
because of the smoke it lets off
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It's not so much the tobacco itself that effects the heart, but the tar contained inside the tobacco. The tar not only clogs up the arteries when small amounts are absorbed into the bloodstream, but also the fact that it clogs up the lungs, means that extra strain is put onto the heart by the decreasing amount of oxygen the lungs are taking in.
Cancers, strokes and heart-related diseases are all associated with tobacco usage in any form.
Lung cancer, heart disease, emphysema, stroke...
it will effect your heart rate