It increases your health risks such as coronary heart disease, stroke, both men and women developing lung cancer, dying from chronic obstructive lung diseases. It can also cause Cardiovascular Disease and Respiratory Disease as well as any other cancer. Or perhaps even infertility, preterm delivery, stillbirth, etc.
emphezema, lung cancer, yellow fingernails, dry skin, dry, gray hair, depression, cigarettes cost a lot of money if you get addicted, yellow teeth, early death, voice box removal, smelly clothes and stinky hair, basically you either die early or get really unattractive.
my grandfather is 87, until 3 years ago he smoked 2 packs a day since he was 16, he quit because of his weak heart, his brother is 79, he is still smoking and started at 14.... weird i know :O
oh grandfather who i never met died at 52 and my great aunt and uncle died at like late 60s and he died last summer and she died a few months ago.
it increases the risk of getting cancer and strokes
tar in your lungs..death but late 50 early 60s