We all know that smoking is harmful to health. Whether it is the digestive system or the respiratory system, as long as smoking, the body is always harmed by cigarettes.
In the case of surgery, smoking should not be allowed during treatment because cigarettes contain nicotine. Nicotine intake can cause vasospasm, resulting in slow blood vessels and slow wound healing.
If the patient suffers from cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, harmful substances in the cigarette will damage the vascular endothelium and induce diseases such as myocardial infarction.
In addition, smoking will aggravate digestive diseases such as gastritis and gastric ulcer, causing repeated attacks of inflammation, difficult to cure, and affecting the appetite of patients with digestive diseases, which is not conducive to the recovery of the disease. Severe reflux esophagitis may also cause concurrency. disease.
In addition, if the patient has respiratory diseases such as chronic bronchitis and pharyngitis, smoking can also irritate the respiratory tract and aggravate the condition.
Therefore, no matter what disease you have, you should avoid smoking during the treatment to restore your health as soon as possible and avoid aggravating the condition.