on July 06, 2018
at 07:04 AM
Smoking is not good for women health and also sexual health. smoking increase the rish factor during pregnancy and after pregnancy. and currently it effects on women lungs to breath as it will indirectly show side effects in future as it reduces the milk generation into breast, breast cancer , etc internal issues.
on May 10, 2019
at 06:43 AM
Cigarette smoking greatly increases the risk of heart disease, cancer, and stroke. The study suggests that occasional or regular smoking and exposure to tobacco smoke affects your lungs.
Everyone knows that smoking is bad for health. However, the proportion of smokers tended to increase, particularly in developing countries. There are many different reasons, but mostly due to the knowledge specifically about the harmful effects of tobacco smoke is limited and incomplete knowledge. This stems from the lack of measures to disseminate and educate about the harmful effects of cigarette smoking on human health.
on November 27, 2019
at 07:21 AM
Smoking can damage the blood vessels that supply blood to the female genitals. Lack of an adequate blood flow to the female sexual organs leads to female sexual dysfunction.
on June 12, 2019
at 12:07 PM
Smoking can affect the secretion of estrogen in women. And the change in female sexual hormones as a result of smoking can affect their body fat distribution, leading to obesity, which is one of the risk factors of chronic diseases such as hypertension, diabetes, and even cancer. Low estrogen is also associated with low sexual desires and arousal disorders, which is why smoking is not good for women’s sexual health.
on June 11, 2019
at 09:49 AM
Smoking can cause cancer, lung and heart diseases, and other life threatening illnesses. But aside from these common harmful effects, smoking has more damaging effects on women’s sexual health which can affect not only her overall health but as well as the future generations.
on May 06, 2019
at 05:24 AM
Smoking is considered as one of the most side effects that are people can face the problem of fertility it occurs in both men and women. As per the survey said those women who do smoke as per daily basis they go through the painful periods. It decreases the fertility level by 20% to those who did not smoke.
on April 23, 2019
at 10:48 AM
Women who smoke are more likely than women who don't smoke to: Have more irregular or painful periods. Have low estrogen levels, which can lead to mood swings, fatigue, and vaginal dryness. Go through menopause at a younger age, and have worse symptoms.
on April 12, 2019
at 11:02 AM
Among the countless active ingredients in tobacco, nicotine, carbon monoxide and firm free radicals are responsible for the restriction of blood vessels with a extra immediate effect, as numerous recent studies have verified. An infrequent cigarette can therefore lead to a substantial decrease in erectile enactment, for instance an surge of over 20% compared to a non-smoker!
on April 02, 2019
at 06:11 AM
Smoking is harmful for both men & women, Both are humen, has lungs, kidney, heart, brain, they breath and has same blood. Women used to face monthly periods, pregnancy, for which they need to be healthy and fit to fight with such natural body changes. After pregnacy they need more calcium and protein food and healthy diet, they also need to feed new born baby. Therefore it can said that smoking is more harmful to women as compare to men.