Carbon monoxide and nicotine are harmful gases that you inhale when you smoke. Once you inhale it, it is transferred to your bloodstream. Carbon monoxide along with nicotine decreases the amount of oxygen carried by red blood cells. Carbon monoxide and nicotine also increases the amount of cholesterol deposited in the inner line of the arteries overtime which causes the arteries to harden. This leads to heart disease, artery disease and possible heart attack. Both combination of Carbon monoxide and Nicotine can lead to adverse effects on various system of our body. Learn more about the negative effects and side effects of carbon monoxide and nicotine on our body.
November 4, 2020Drug Addiction
Are you facing mental issues with your teenager child?
It will be difficult for your teenager child to deal alone with addiction. Family and friends play a very important role and help you deal with addiction. Read more to know about dealing with teenager mental health issues. (more…)