Danger of Smoking

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Danger of Smoking by Mind Map: Danger of Smoking

1. Respiratory tract damage

1.1. Respiratory tract damage is the earliest effect of smoking which causes a decrease in endurance. Poisons in cigarettes can cause irritation and mucus in the respiratory tract which can lead to infection in the throat to the lungs.

2. Triggers autoimmune conditions

2.1. The impact of smoking is not only on the respiratory tract, but also can trigger autoimmune conditions. The toxic carcinogens and tar in a cigarette make your body less effective at fighting inflammation. A weakened immune system is also dangerous because it can trigger autoimmune diseases such as rheumatism and multiple sclerosis.

3. Blocking blood flow

3.1. The nicotine content in a cigarette can make the blood thicker. That's why nutrients, minerals, and oxygen that are distributed through the blood cannot be absorbed much and optimally by the body. The impact of this cigarette causes inflammation on the outside and internal organs to heal longer.

4. Increase white blood cells

4.1. Just like antibodies, white blood cells also function to fight infection. However, in smokers, the ongoing inflammation and damage causes high levels of white blood cells. As a result, white blood cells will become less responsive to agents. disease and if it occurs for a long time can increase the risk of heart attack, stroke, and cancer. This is the impact of smoking to watch out for.