Smoking damages your entire cardiovascular system. When nicotine (an ingredient to a cigar) hits your body, it gives your blood sugar a boost. After a short time, you're left feeling tired and craving more. Nicotine causes blood vessels to tighten which restricts the flow of blood (peripheral artery disease). Smoking lowers good cholesterol levels and raises blood pressure, which can result in stretching of tge arteries and buildup of bad cholesterol (atherosclerosis). Smoking raises the risk of forming blood clots.
Blood clots and weakened blood vessels in the brain increases a smoker's risk of (nakalimutan ko po sorry ). Smokers who have heart bypass surgery are at increased risk of recurrent coronary heart disease. In the long term, smokers are at greater risk of blood cancer (leukemia).
There's a risk to nonsmokers too. Breathing secondhand smoke has an immediate effect on the cardiovascular system. Exposure to secondhand smoke increases your risk of stroke, heart attack and coronary heart disease.
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