Cigarette smoking is injurious to health, we all know that very well.
We have seen warnings about smoking in TV, in theaters and via many different campaigns. Cigarette smoking causes Cancer and also increases the risk of heart disease but women smokers may face more fatal unique challenges of smoking.
Smoking may be active (directly smoking) or passive (indirectly inhaled via others smoker).
The smoking in women results in
- Cataracts (eye disease): women smokers suffer from this eye disease where the lens of the eye becomes cloudy and foggy. This disease lower down vision. It also results in stress and strain problems.
- Gum disease: smoking pollutes the mouth and thus causes severe gum disease which can lead to tooth loss. Gum disease can also cause mouth cancer.
- Ulcers in the stomach: women smokers who are already suffering from gum disease are more likely to form ulcers in the stomach which can also lead to death.
- Decreased bone density: smoking results in unhealthy bones. The woman who smokes has the lower bone density which is less in strength than the bones of a person of same age and this can break easily as compared during an injury.
- Results in weak immune systems: women who smoke have worst survival rates after the surgery. They have weak immune system and their body resistivity decreases.
They have a very poor wound healing capability as compared to the nonsmokers.
- Pregnancy issues: female smokers have following serious pregnancy issues:
- They have serious infertility issues i.e. they have a very hard time getting pregnant. Even if they successfully conceive a baby there are several birth and after birth complications waiting.
- Female smokers have a high chance of losing their baby before birth also known as miscarriage.
- Very often the babies born to female smokers have SIDS i.e. sudden infant death syndrome in the newborn babies.
- Female smoking can also result in the premature birth of the babies.
- Females who smoke have irregular and painful monthly period.
- Also studies have shown that teenage girls who smoke have smaller lungs than non smokers and adult women who smoke have less efficient lungs than non smokers.
- Smoking can lead to severe heart diseases.
- Smoking increases the risk of diabetes.
- Recent studies have shown a distinct relation between smokers and breast cancer patients i.e. smoking aggravates their disease.
- Smoking is also known to aggravate the hair loss in women.
- Female smokers have higher rate of cervical cancer patients.
Women who smoke are more likely to develop:
- Esophagus cancer,
- Pancreatic cancer,
- Mouth and upper throat cancer,
- Kidney cancer,
- Uterine cancer,
- Lung cancer,
- Bladder cancer,
- Larynx cancer,
- Intestine cancer and numerous other complications.
So if you love your life and your coming generation stop smoking today that’s all. Thanks for reading