Diabetes and smoking: Repost
It is no secret that smoking is bad for your health. Smoking hurts your lungs and your heart. It lowers the amount of oxygen that gets to your organs, raises your bad cholesterol, and raises your blood pressure. All of these can raise your risk of heart attack or stroke.
If you don't smoke, that's great. Make a plan to never start.
If you do smoke, there is something you can do: challenge yourself to quit smoking. Here are some steps to help you do it.
Step one: Realize the benefits of quitting
Quitting helps your heart and lungs—and it lowers the risk of hurting your blood vessels, eyes, nerves, and other organs. And quitting smoking can leave you with fewer wrinkles on your face; better-smelling hair, breath, and clothes; and less exposure for your family to secondhand smoke."
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KALAKIP NG AWITIN
7 months ago