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Harmful Effects of Smoking to Your Body Smoking has many negative effects and is very bad for a body There are many harmful things in cigarettes like nicotine Some people experience a personality change which may include a lack of confidence Cigarettes destroy the inner lining of the nose Smokers start to develop what is known as the smokers cough Some of the more serious negative effects of smoking are that it gives you cancer can cause strokes chronic bronchitis emphysema and also slows down a persons physical performance Smoking while pregnant can give the unborn child psychological abnormalities Another reason for not smoking is that you get addicted to cigarettes and its very hard to quit After extensive research and observation it can be concluded that smoking not only can cause a wide range of diseases but it also has many bad consequences Nicotine is a poison thats found in cigarettes Small amounts are taken in by inhaling smoke This causes shaking very slow breathing nausea vomiting stomach pain weakness and headaches Nicotine harms the digestive organs by destroying the balance of acids in the stomach This leads to abscess on the stomach This disease can be cured only if that person stops smoking and if their stomach is not too damaged Nicotine can also cause smokers skin to get wrinkled early in life Nicotine speeds up a persons heart and central nervous system The heart then beats faster blood vessels become smaller and blood pressure increases This could then lead to heart failure After a while this affects the amount of blood and oxygen that moves through a smokers body Nicotine is addictive which means that it is a substance that enters the body and changes the chemical
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