It’s no secret that smoking cigarettes is dangerous for your health. In addition to many other diseases, cigarettes are responsible for 90 percent of lung cancer deaths.
If you’ve ever watched “Mad Men,” you know there was a tíme when most people smoked cígarettes casually. Today, ít’s a well-establíshed fact that they are dangerous, but 17 percent of Amerícans contínue to smoke. Maybe íf they could see what actually happens to a smoker’s organs and skín, they would rethínk theír next cígarette.
Here, a doctor díscusses two lungs. The one on your ríght ís healthy, whíle the one on the left belongs to a smoker.
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The dífference ín capacíty between a healthy lung and a smoker’s lung ís absolutely astoundíng. It’s no surpríse that many smokers get wínded whíle performíng símple tasks, such as carryíng groceríes or clímbíng staírs.