How Does Tobacco Affect The Human Body

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Tobacco and the Human body You ever wonder how many people die of tobacco? Over 7 million people die from tobacco use each year. Tobacco is very harmful to the human body and affects the human body in a negative way. So many people smoke so much and for so long that it really puts a toll on their body and health. There are a variety of ways that Tobacco can affect the human body. Tobacco can cause disease, affect the organs, blood, bones and people’s children. First, One way that Tobacco affects the body in a negative way is it can give a person a disease such as cancer. Using Tobacco for a long period of time can increase the user’s chance of getting cancer. Tobacco use can cause cancer in different parts of the human body. “ Smokers are at greatly increased risk for cancer of the lips, tongue, mouth, throat, and larynx; All forms of tobacco use …show more content…
Tobacco affect’s the human body organs such as the heart and lungs. The tobacco basically destroys the organs to a point to where the organ struggles to function. “The chemicals in tobacco smoke damage the delicate lining of the lungs and can cause permanent damage that reduces the ability of the lungs to exchange air efficiently”(Benjamin). The tobacco smoke basically damage the lungs so much they can’t exchange air very well.“It accelerates a atherosclerosis, increase myocardial workload, reduces the oxygen-carrying capacity of the blood, causes coronary vasoconstriction, increases catecholamine release, and induces a hypercoagulable state, leading to an increased risk of myocardial infection (Gupta,Ritesh,et al). Basically the to tobacco smoke causes stress on the heart therefore, it increases the risk of a person having a severe heart attack. Some users will shrug it off saying that will never happen to them while other people try to tell them this could happen to

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