We all know ’Smoking is harmful.’ It certainly is; but do we know it is more harmful for women? Let us all find out why.
Ill health effects
Smoking is harmful for everyone, but is undoubtedly more harmful for women as it produces harmful ill health effects like arthritis, cataract, gum diseases and ulcers. Women who smoke get more prone to these problems than women who not.
Women in general are more prone to depression than men. Smoking increases the chances of depression as it tends to make women more sad and unable to divert their attention from thinking about depressed things.
Women who smoke suffer irregular and painful menstrual cycle than ones who don’t. The women who smoke also face menopause at a younger age whereas it is years later for other women.
The women who smoke face a difficult time getting pregnant. The chances of miscarriage also increase and it also has an ill effect on the health of a unborn child. When the child is born, he can go through health problems as well.
Weakening of bones
Women who smoke weaken their bones and also have lower bone mass. This implies they are more prone to get hurt and put themselves into bone injuries than the woman who don’t. Bones once weakened, deteriorate the entire human body
The lungs of a smoking woman do not grow properly. The lungs are unable to expand normally and the woman is likely to be affected by breathing problems as well. This can lead to serious life taking lung diseases as well.
A woman has numerous lives associated with hers. She is a mother, a daughter, a wife, a sister. If she smokes, she certainly has an ill impact on the family. She does not spread good vibes and positivity.
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