The Disease effects of Active Smoking
Active smoker depends on the choices. Although the government declares some diseases effect of smoking, it does not reduce the loyalty of the active and passive smoker. As we know that, smoking cigarette is one of the ways to kill ourselves. The diseases of smoking are not easy to be cured.
The harmful diseases of smoking
1. lung cancer: cigarette is the most factor for lung cancer cancer. Almost 87 percent people dead because of it.
2. COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) is an lung disease which makes someone difficult to breathe. It is caused by disability serious long term and early death. This disease can make someone stuck at home and unable to do anything. Around 80 percent of COPD is caused by cigarette smoking.
3. Heart Disease: smoking will stop your heart function. Smoking cause narrowing and blockages the function of your arteries. It means oxygen flow and less blood to your heart. When the consumption of cigarettes in the U.S decreased, the disease will reduce too. Heart disease remains the number death in the U.S.
4. Stroke: smoking can trigger the stroke. It happens when the supply of the blood in the brain blocked. Brain needs oxygen. Stroke can cause paralysis, altered brain function, slurred speech and death. Stroke leads 4 best diseases of smoking that kill people in the United States.
5. Asthma is one of chronic lung diseases which makes people hard to move air in and out in your lungs (breathing). Cigarette can irritate the passages of air. Beside, it can trigger severe asthma. It becomes serious disease that effect 25 millions Americans people.
Passive and Active Smoker
However, passive smoker is as dangerous as active smoker. It has 25 up to 35% increased risk of cancer. Passive smoker can affect children and adult in variety ways.
1. Children: The lung function of children are not optimal function. They are at risk of respiratory tract infections developing, middle ear and asthma. Passive smoking is also near to lymphoma, leukemia and liver cancer to children.
2. Adults: Passive smoker increases lung cancer risk. Smoker who lives with active smoker are about 30% increased developing lung cancer risk. They are cancer of the throat, rectum, larynx, bladder, stomach, breast and brain.