Here’s How Smoking Affects Different Organs In Your Body

From lungs, heart, digestive system, eyes to immune system and more, watch till the end to learn about all of them.

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Intro – 0:00
Heart – 00:53
Lungs – 01:30
Fertility problems – 02:08
Central nervous system – 02:31
Digestive system – 03:01
Eyes – 03:40
Skin – 04:19
Circulatory System – 05:11
Ear And Mouth – 06:14
Belly – 06:44
Cancer – 07:07
Fatty Deposits – 07:55
Muscles and bones – 08:26
Immune system – 09:07


1. Heart: Smoking damages the entire cardiovascular system. When nicotine hits the body, it causes blood vessels to tighten, which restricts the flow of blood causing peripheral artery disease. Smoking lowers good cholesterol levels and raises blood pressure. This can result in stretching of the arteries and a buildup of bad cholesterol or atherosclerosis.

2. Lungs: Smoking damages the airways and small air sacs in your lungs. This damage starts soon after someone starts smoking, and lung function continues to worsen as long as the person smokes. Still, it may take years for the problem to become noticeable enough for lung disease to be diagnosed.

3. Fertility problems: Smoking cigarettes can damage a female’s reproductive system and make it more difficult to get pregnant. This may be because tobacco and the other chemicals in cigarettes affect hormone levels.

4. Central nervous system: One of the ingredients in tobacco is a mood-altering drug called nicotine. It reaches your brain in mere seconds and makes you feel more energized for a while. But as that effect wears off, you feel tired and crave more. Nicotine is extremely habit-forming, which is why people find smoking so difficult to quit.

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