13 December 2013

Effects of Smoking for Women. Part 1.

Smoking seems cool but in fact it harms women’s body and health from the very first intake. Most women are aware of the side effects of smoking and know that smoking can cause lung cancer, heart disease and premature death. But they may not be conscious of all consequences of female smoking.

Women should understand why smoking is particularly bad for one’s health and all benefits to quitting smoking.

Generally women think about a family in their thirties. A good step to achieve this is to stop smoking because this habit entails such problems as infertility, early menopause, and osteoporosis. Girls and women who smoke may have painful and irregular periods and breakthrough bleeding. So if a woman wants a family it is important to quit smoking for both her and her partner.

Every future mum wants to have a healthy child. The best way to achieve this is not to smoke and avoid all smoking consequences. Mothers who smoke near their kids also put their children health at risk.

Children growing up in a smoke free home are likely to escape to catch coughs and cold. And parents will decrease the risk of serious problems like cot death, glue ear, asthma and infections.