The Effects of Smoking on Aging
Thesis statement: The more people smoke, the more likely they get aged, since smoking will promote the facial wrinking, damage the smokers’ heart and blood circulation, and negatively impact the lung functions, and make the bone weak and brittle, which increases smokers’ pace of aging.
II. Smoking and Facial Wrinkle
1. Smoking damages collagen and elastin essential for the skin’s strength and elasticity
2. Smoking gestures of pursing lips and squinting eyes and the aging of skins
III. Smoking and the heart and blood circulation
1. Nicotins narrows the blood vessels
2. Smoking increases the burdens of the heart system through the Carbon monoxide
IV. Smoking and the Aging of Lung
1. Smoking destruct the lung tissues
2. Smoking narrows the airway
3. Smoking increases coughs, colds, wheezing and asthma
4. Smoking slows down the healing process
V. Smoking and the Bone
1. smoking damages magnesium important for the bone
2. Smoking reduces testosterone
Smoking is positively associated with the aging pace
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