Smoking 's Effect On The Association Of The Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

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Smoking’s Effect and Its association to the Type-2 Diabetes Mellitus Have you ever noticed when you are in an air-conditioned-room, there is a prohibition stated “Do not smoke”? If so, let’s we think for a while about why smoking is literally prohibited. There is still a controversy about this prohibition. Some groups said that smoking is very dangerous to our health because of its content. Some others said that smoking is one of the best activities to refresh our mind after being stressed about a bunch of tests, homework, or etc. In this short essay, I am going to give you a view about smoking’s effect. First of all, let us know what the scientific definition of smoking is. Leone et al (2010) defines smoking as a chemical toxicity that can cause disadvantage effects, either chronic or acute, on human body system and give an addictive feeling to the suspect. This addictive feeling comes from the substance inside the cigarette (smoking’s object) which is known as the nicotine. Nicotine is one of the highly addictive substances in cigarette. The American Heart Association says that the addictive effect of nicotine is as high as heroin. A person who is a regular consumer of nicotine will feel a sense of emptiness, anxiety, depression, moodiness, irritability, and inattentiveness when they suddenly stop consuming nicotine. Beside the addictive effect, nicotine also brings the psychodynamic effect and pharmacologic effects to our body. Our body will suffer such an increasing…

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