Premature Signs of Aging - Why You Should Stop Smoking

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Do you need to have a cigarette first thing every morning? Do you find yourself worrying about your next cigarette break, instead of enjoying the moment? The following facts are intended to send a message to the 45 million Americans who consider themselves to be smokers today - In recent studies, smoking has been scientifically linked to signs of premature aging. If you want to ensure that you look your youngest in future years to come, it may be necessary to making smoking a thing of your past.



We all know that it's not easy to quit. While 20% of adults in the U.S. smoke, the vast majority them are currently attempting to quit. The benefits of quitting smoking are many, and include having a younger looking skin.



Quitting smoking has become more important that ever, as cancer rates are on the rise. For quite some time, scientist have know that smoking leads to lung cancer; but did you know that smoking can also cause several other cancerous formations? Among the other smoking risks list cancer of the mouth, throat (pharynx), voice box (larynx), esophagus, stomach, bladder, pancreas, kidney, cervix, and some leukemias. Not only is smoking the cause of cancer in adult victims, it can also lead to heart attacks, strokes and various blood vessel diseases. Recent studies have found that smokers are twice as likely to die from heart attacks compared to non-smokers.



How is Premature Aging and Smoking Linked?



Smoking can decrease both your internal and external beauty and health, causing symptoms of premature aging, dry skin, fine lines and facial wrinkles. If you have notices the effects of smoking on your skin, you may want to look for an effective skin treatment or anti aging skin care product in order to stop wrinkles in their path. With a lot of effort and dedication, quitting smoking will eventually help you to feel and look younger, too.

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