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Tobacco use affects none smokers

Tobacco use affects none smokers too. Smokeless tobacco may be different from cigarette but the dangers are the same

Tobacco use affects none smokers too: Health consequences attached

The impact of tobacco use affects none smokers almost in equal measure. This happens in the sense that when none smokers inhales cigarette smoke from smokers, they equally expose themselves to the same risks direct smokers experience. Therefore in whichever way you look at it, smoking is a killer and the sooner we adopt to positive ways of living and spending our time in meaningful activities that will distract us from smoking the better not just for the direct smokers but to the society at large.

And because of the magnitude of the risks involved, doctor Dalal Akoury made a decision to create a medical center (AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center) whose main objective is to transform each individual’s life through increasing awareness about health and wellness and by empowering individuals to finding their own inner healing power. It will interest you to note that doctor Dalal Akoury’s practice focuses on personalized medicine through healthy lifestyle choices that deal with primary prevention and underlying causes instead of patching up symptoms. This therefore make her the professional of choice for all your addiction problems. You can call her on telephone number 843 213 1480 for a one on one professional engagement over all your health concerns relating to substance abuse.

Tobacco use affects none smokers too: Secondhand smoke

For people who do not smoke, secondhand smoke exposure to exhaled smoke and smoke given off by the burning end of tobacco products increases the risk for many diseases. It is estimated that annually up to 58 million in American alone are regularly exposed to secondhand smoke with more than 41,000 nonsmokers dying from diseases caused by secondhand smoke exposure. This is very scary yet it is the naked truth. And if you were underrating the effects of inhaling secondhand smoke, then this will surprise you. Experts are now saying that secondhand smoke increases an individuals’ risk for developing:

Lung problems – Secondhand smoke causes breathing problems in people who do not smoke, like coughing, phlegm, and lungs not working as well as they should.

Lung cancer – People exposed to secondhand smoke increase their risk for lung cancer by 20% to 30%. About 7,300 lung cancer deaths occur per year among people who do not smoke.

Heart disease – Secondhand smoke increases the risk for heart disease significantly. Available statistics indicate that about 34,000 deaths associated with heart disease are registered annually in America.

Health problems for children – Children exposed to secondhand smoke are at an increased risk for sudden infant death syndrome, lung infections, ear problems, and more severe asthma.

Tobacco use affects none smokers too: Smokeless tobacco effects

People who use smokeless tobacco products like chewing tobacco, snuffing or dip are at risk for several health problems including:

Tooth decay, gum problems, and mouth sores – Smokeless tobacco increases the chance of getting cavities, gum disease, and sores in the mouth. This can cause a lot of discomfort when eating.

Cancer – Close to 30 chemicals in smokeless tobacco have been found to cause cancer. People who use smokeless tobacco are at increased risk for oral cancer as well as esophageal and pancreatic cancers.

Tobacco use affects none smokers too: Health consequences attached