Smoking and the Cerebrovascular Disease

Dialogo 4 (2):79-83 (2017)

Tobacco use has reached epidemic proportions worldwide, about one billion people are smokers globally. Although by comparison there are fewer smokers now than 25 years ago, the increased consumption of tobacco is due to global population growth. A smoking habit is a physical and psychological addiction to tobacco products, with serious health consequences. Smoking significantly increases the risk of developing the cerebrovascular disease due to the harmful effects of chemical substances contained in cigarette smoke in the blood vessels.
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