Lung Cancer: Smoking is the number one cause of lung cancer.
Heart Disease: One out of every five heart disease deaths is directly related to smoking.
Diabetes: Smoking causes type 2 diabetes.
Liver Cancer: Smoking increases the risk of many different cancers, including liver cancer. The risk might also be higher in smokers who have hepatitis B or C infection. The risk of liver cancer is increased further if you smoke and drink a lot of alcohol.
Erectile Dysfunction: Current smoking is significantly associated with erectile dysfunction, and studies have shown that smoking cessation has a beneficial effect on the restoration of erectile function.
Vision Loss: Smoking is as bad for your eyes as it is for the rest of your body. If you smoke, you can develop serious eye conditions that can cause vision loss or blindness. Macular degeneration and Cataracts are both linked to smoking .
The best way to protect your sight from damage linked to smoking is to quit or never start smoking.
Tuberculosis: Smoking increases the risk of contracting tuberculosis (TB), increases the risk of recurrent TB and impairs the response to treatment of the disease.
If you will like to enroll in our smoking cessation program kindly reach out to us on our PN mobile 07040294659 for more information on how to register or you could send us an email !
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Looking forward to seeing you in class !