Cause and Effect: Smoking.
Smoking causes respiratory problems, circulatory system difficulties, and urinary troubles increasing the fact that smoking causes unavoidable harms to the body. Although smoking may have the appearance of something that “is cool”, it causes several heath problems many of which incessant effects.
Differing to what tobacco companies want citizens to believe, smoking does lead to perilous heath. Smoking especially causes damage to the respiratory system, distressing the lungs. The smoke leads unswervingly into the lungs, exposing them to multiple pollutants. The pollutants cause damage to lungs, resulting in lack of breath. Smoking can also cause lung cancer, by impairing the lungs ability to function, as well as getting in the way of the cilia and bronchi, systems that help defend the lungs from disease. Lung cancer develops due to the destruction of cilia, hair-like structures that move mucus from the lungs, and bronchi, tube-like structures which carry inhaled air to lung tissues. Once the damage to the cilia and bronchi occur the lung can’t clean itself, because of this the toxic substances in the cigarette s remain contained in the lung. Due to this cancer continually develops.
In addition to causing damage to the respiratory system, smoking also causes damage to the circulatory system, in organs such as the heart and the arteries. Heart attacks occur more often in smokers than in nonsmokers. According to The American Council on Science and Health smoking kills more than 400,000 Americans every year. The effects of cigarette smoking occur when someone smokes like a chimney. Smoking affects blood pressure of a smoker instantaneously. Smoking cause short- term effects on blood pressure, but as time continues and a person smokes more and more, this short- term effect will gradually evolve into a lasting effect. Not only does cigarette smoke effect blood pressure, it also affects the arteries that pump blood to the heart....
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