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Studies Conclude That Smoking Leads To Yet Another Deadly Disease

ElectronicCigarette411.com has revealed that smoking can lead to type 2 diabetes. People who smoke are increasing their chances of developing type 2 diabetes by over 40% compared to non smokers.

 
 
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PRLog - Jul. 16, 2011 - MIAMI BEACH, Fla. -- The deadly effects of smoking are always on the mind of smokers but still they continue to smoke. It seems that the addiction to nicotine and the satisfaction of the nicotine cravings are more important to smokers than their health.

There are so many health issues that arise from smoking tobacco cigarettes such as heart disease, lung cancer, and C.O.P.D. This study also confirmed that heavy smokers are more at risk of developing type 2 diabetes in their future. People who smoked 20 or more cigarettes per day had a 61 % higher chance of developing diabetes than light smokers.

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“Smoking cigarettes is a terrible habit and even more difficult to break. Since there are so many different types of toxic chemicals and poisons that are in cigarette smoke, smoking leads to a wide variety of deadly diseases such as lung cancer and heart disease."

"Now studies have concluded that smoking leads to type 2 diabetes as well."

"Smoking which causes heart stroke and attack, mouth and lung cancer and other vascular diseases also leads to diabetes."

"A number of studies have examined the association between smoking and incidence of glucose abnormalities. The findings of the study reveal that smoking could be
independently associated with glucose intolerance, impaired fasting glucose and type 2 diabetes. Hence, smoking can lead to the development of type 2 diabetes."

How does smoking lead to diabetes?

Smoking causes diabetes because it leads to insulin resistance or inadequate compensatory insulin secretion responses. So there is a 50% likelihood of increased
risk for diabetes among smokers (both men and women).Current diabetics that smoke are increasing their health risks two fold. Diabetics who smoke are at more risk of aggravating their health problems.

Diabetic smokers increase their blood glucose levels, their blood pressure is elevated, and their cholesterol increases as well. Blood pressure and cholesterol are not something to take lightly because these are the first stages of heart disease which will increase the chances of having a stroke or heart attack.

Although cigarette smoking causes a wide variety of health issues, there is a way smokers can actually get the same sensation of smoking without the health risks. Smokers can now smoke anywhere they choose to without having to worry about passing down second hand smoke to innocent bystanders.

ElectronicCigarette.com has more information about how smoking cigarettes leads to type 2 diabetes and other cigarette related diseases. Find out how smokers are improving their way of life by still smoking a healthier cigarette that actually boosts their energy and helps them lose weight.

Read the rest of the story here, http://www.electroniccigarette411.com/electronic-cigarett...

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