Whether it be movies or pakshi ancient art, we see inside it that a lot of people are sitting around holding long pipes for fun and smoking inside. And cigarette smoking or hookah smoking is one of the things that are popular even after so many years and people still smoke today. And there have been many changes within hookahs over the years, but even today, hookahs are a favourite item of many people. Normally a hookah is a water pipe used to smoke tobacco. The pipe is to be taller and connected to the water chamber. And often there is one or more pipes attached to it that are made for more than one smoker.
And commonly used inside a hookah, Tobacco is mixed in and mixed with flavours of fruit and used to make coconut, fruit flavours, mint or coffee. And because of the flavours that add to the hookah, it is very popular among the youths. And they ignore the harm they cause to your body against the people who make it fun to smoke.
The hookah people have been the father for more than 400 years, and the hookah was invented with a Miss Blyleaf that smokes Tobacco if it is used by water to harm the body through it. Will be less. So let's know how drinking hookahs can hurt our body.
There is toxin inside the hookah
Yes, it is true that using cold water does not hurt your lungs, but the tobacco that comes in it has different types of toxins that we smoke and where there is toxin inside it. Is as follows.
Polonium 210, a radioactive isotope
How does smoking hookah affect health?
A person can also get infected by smoking hookah, which can happen if you are sitting near a smoker. People often believe that hookah smoking is safer than cigarette smoking. However, that is completely wrong because hookah smokers are a risk to cigarette smokers.
And some of the common health risks associated with smoking hookah are as follows.
Premature aging, as tobacco smoke reaches your skin can reduce the amount of oxygen and can cause aging with pressure, dark spots and wrinkles.
Infectious diseases such as mononucleosis and oral herpes are on the rise.
Increased risk of cancer such as oral cancer, lung cancer, stomach cancer and oesophageal cancer.
Complications with lung function such as bronchitis and chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases.
Risk of heart condition such as heart disease and heart attack.