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Effects of smoking
Transcript of Effects of smoking
http://www.patient.co.uk/health/Heart-Failure.htm Profiles Searchers
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Larynx 84%, Esophagus 75%-78%, Bladder 40%-60% men, 25%-35% women.
In minor proportion:
Mouth, pancreas, stomach and cervix. Irritation of the trachea (windpipe) and larynx (voice box) Reduced lung function and breathlessness due to swelling and narrowing of the lung airways and excess mucus in the lung passages. Impairment of the lungs’ clearance system, leading to the build-up of poisonous substances, which results in lung irritation and damage. Increased risk of lung infection and symptoms such as coughing and wheezing. Permanent damage to the air sacs of the lungs. Lower sperm count Higher percentage of deformed sperm Genetic damage to sperm. Impotence http://www.todohumor.com/humor/animaciones/tabacoespermatozoide Male body Female body Reduced fertility Menstrual cycle irregularities or absence of menstruation Menopause reached one or two years earlier Increased risk of cancer of the cervix Greatly increased risk of stroke and heart attack TAR CARBON
RADICALS RADIOACTIVE COMPOUNDS METALS
Diagram of smokers:
Peripheral arterial occlusive disease Passive smokers:
Sons of smoking parents - respiratory problems.
Adults: irritation of eyes, mucous in the noose, headache and cough.
Allergic: decline of diseases.
Inflammation of respiratory system. Effects in pregnancy:
Aborted or death on mother’s body.
Suddenly die after born.
Physical and pscicological problems -Diabetes and excessive cholesterol blood. Heart Most important in all the body Blood picks up nutrients and waste products Smoking affects the heart Atherosclerosis Cholesterol and plaques make arteries narrower and thickened
Smoking accelerates the process
Causes: coronary heart disease, stroke and artery diseases Treatments Relieve the symptoms and reduce risk factors.
1. Change in your life style (TLC):
- Healthy diet
- Weight control 2. Medicines Treatments Heart attack Inadequate blood supply because of tobacco smoke
Heart goes faster because needs oxygen
Causes an angina or a sudden heart attack 2. Surgery
- CABG 1. Medicines Angina Three aims:
To provide immediate relief from the symptoms
To prevent future symptoms
To reduce your risk of having a heart attack or stroke Differences Smoker Non-smoker Heart failure Treatments Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Treatments Stroke Treatments Treatments Surgery
Therapies Indirect effects Conclusion Smoking the worst option you can choose Inflamation of the respiratory system.