Information about the Effects & Risks of Smoking:

Cyanide

Cyanide prevents the appropriate usage of oxygen and exposure to cyanide can lead to brain damage and heart problems. Exposure to cyanide in small quantities can lead to dizziness, headaches, restlessness, weakness, etc; and in large quantities it can lead to lung damage, convulsions, slow heart rate, respiratory failure, and even loss of life. Smoke derived from most American cigarette brands have in between 10 to 400 μg cyanide per cigarette.

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