Effects of Smokeless Tobacco

Smokeless Tobacco

What Is Smokeless Tobacco?
Smokeless tobacco which is too known as “Chewing Tobacco”.  It is made of tobacco, nicotine, sweeteners and additional chemicals. It is a myth that chewing is not as injurious as smoking. Chewing tobacco can also be injurious for your health and fitness.

The effects of Smokeless Tobacco include:
  • Increased heart rate cause through nicotine in the blood stream releasing hormones (such as adrenaline).
  • Increased blood pressure caused through nicotine in the blood stream. Can cause unequal heartbeats as well.
  • Chewing tobacco, too called smokeless tobacco or snuff, contains over 25 carcinogens or cancer causing agents.
  • Users of chewing tobacco are at an amplified risk of cardiovascular disease. Nicotine constricts blood vessels, raises blood pressure and reduces the amount of oxygen in the blood stream, all of which has an result on the heart and can contribute to cardiovascular disease.
Main harmful effects of Smokeless Tobacco are:
  • Erodes Tooth
  • Lung Cancer
  • Oral Cancer
  • Damage to tongue, jaw and lips
  • Bad Breadth
  • Gum slump
  • Early Decay of Tooth

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