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Risks of snuff
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The snuff is a plant. Its leaves are smoked, chewed or sniffed for a variety of effects.
The chemical snuff contains nicotine, which is an addictive substance.
Snuff smoke contains more than 7,000 chemicals of which 69 are known to cause cancer.
The snuff that is not burned is called snuff not smoke. Including nicotine, there are 29 chemicals in snuff not smoke that are known to cause cancer.
HEALTH RISKS OF SMOKING AND SNUFF SNUFF NON SMOKING
Knowing the serious health risks for the use of snuff can help motivate you to quit. Using snuff for a period of time may increase the risk of many health problems.
Smoking is addiction to snuff, mainly caused by one of its most active components, nicotine; the action of said substance abuse ends consumption conditioning. Such diseases addiction produces harmful to health of consumers.
According to WHO the snuff is the leading cause of disability and premature death in the world.1 In Europe smoking each year causes 1.2 million deaths. It is directly related to the emergence of 29 diseases, including 10 different cancers and more than 50% of cardiovascular diseases. Smoking is directly responsible for approximately 90% of deaths from lung cancer and approximately 80-90% of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and enfisema.2 In Spain every year more than 50,000 people die due to consumption of snuff, rather than traffic accidents and consumption of all illegal drugs combined.