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Social Smoking: Will an occasional cigarette damage your health?

Even if you smoke only occasionally, you are still exposed to long-term risks. 

Stop Smoking Hypnosis Denver – But how bad is it to smoke occasionally?

The idea that low-level smoking doesn’t do you any harm is a dangerous myth, Professor David Currow of the Cancer Institute NSW said.

Social smokers often don’t think of themselves as smokers, he said, so they don’t believe health warnings about smoking apply to them.

But the bottom line is every cigarette exposes your body to harmful chemicals.

“There’s no safe level of smoking. What’s more, the negative health effects add up across your life,” he said.

Simon Chapman, Emeritus Professor in the School of Public Health at the University of Sydney said: “Smoking a small number of cigarettes, say less than four a day or once a week does elevate your risk [of health problems].

“Not to the [same] extent as if you were smoking 30 cigarettes a day. But compared to someone who doesn’t smoke, anyone smoking four cigarettes a day or even less is kidding themselves they’re not running any extra risk.”

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Stop Smoking Hypnosis Denver – Immediate effects

As soon as you take a drag from a cigarette, there are changes in your body, including:

You may feel more relaxed, but your blood pressure and heart rate start to rise.

Your heart begins to pump differently, and the blood flow to the capillaries decreases.

Levels of a poisonous gas called carbon monoxide, increase in your bloodstream. This means less oxygen reaches the brain, muscles and other organs.

Tiny finger-like cilia which keep your airways clear of phlegm and debris are ‘stunned’ by chemicals in the smoke so don’t do their job as well.

Less smoking, less cancer?

Even if you smoke only occasionally, you are still exposed to long-term risks.

As well as lung cancer, there are at least 13 other cancers linked with smoking.

Smoking damages DNA in cells, including in key genes that protect you against cancer.

It’s true that the more you smoke, the more DNA damage or mutations you’re going to create.

“But it’s not your cumulative total of 40,000 mutations that guarantees you cancer. It’s that you’ve got the right combination of mutations,” Professor Curnow said.

“So you may smoke less than the person next door to you, but you might just happen to hit the genes that mean you’re going to get lung cancer or any of a whole range of other cancers.”

Just one to four cigarettes a day almost triples your risk of dying from lung cancer.

And social smoking is particularly bad for your heart, as bad as regular smoking, it seems.

Studies have shown light and intermittent smokers have nearly the same risk of heart disease as people who smoke daily, Professor Currow said.

Very fine blood vessels that are vital to keeping your heart healthy are damaged by smoking, he says. Harm to the same tiny blood vessels also contributes to erectile dysfunction in males.

“We know these blood vessels are vulnerable to damage at exposure to an incredibly low numbers of cigarettes,” he said.

An occasional cigarette is connected to a host of other illnesses too: cataracts, reduced fertility, an increased risk of an ectopic pregnancy [where the pregnancy develops outside the uterus] and weak bones, a review of several studies showed.

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The good news is that as soon as we stop smoking, your body starts recovering.

Within 12 hours of your last cigarette, blood carbon monoxide levels are much lower and after a year, the risk of coronary heart disease will be half of what it once was as a smoker.

If you quit before the age of 35, your life expectancy will be much the same as someone who has never smoked.

If you’re a social smoker wanting to quit, it can help to ask friends to discourage you from smoking in social situations.

Cutting down on alcohol can also help some social smokers who tend to smoke more when they drink.

And you might think about the people around you who have to breathe in the smoke you exhale in social situations. Some research has suggested this is a stronger motivator for social smokers to quit than education about health impacts on yourself.

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