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Heart Disease from Smoking

Smoking harms nearly every organ in the body, including the heart, blood vessels, lungs, eyes, mouth, reproductive organs, bones, bladder, and digestive organs. This article focuses on how smoking affects the heart and blood vessels. Smoking damages the lining of arteries, leading to a build up of fatty material (atheroma) which narrows the artery. This can cause angina, a heart attack or astroke. The nicotine in cigarettes stimulates body to produce adrenaline, which makes heart beat faster and raises blood pressure, making heart work harder.

 
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