Hookah users inhale more toxic chemicals than cigarette smokers, new study claims




Smoking hookah tobacco negatively impacts coronary coronary heart worth and blood pressure and connections have been made between smoking the waterpipes usually and elevated risk of coronary artery sickness, a new paper said Friday.

The scientific assertion, printed throughout the American Heart Association’s journal “Circulation,” claims that hookah users inhale bigger ranges of toxic chemicals than widespread cigarette individuals who smoke.

Hookah, a water pipe used to smoke particularly made tobacco, is believed to be safer to smoke than cigarettes, nonetheless the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said they’ve associated nicely being risks.

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Hookah individuals who smoke, in response to the new assertion, are uncovered to more smoke and extreme concentrations of particulate matter over a 30-minute session than any individual who smokes one cigarette.

There are moreover a number of completely different in all probability harmful chemicals in hookah smoke, plenty of which are at bigger ranges than cigarette smoke, along with nicotine, air air pollution, particulate matter, dangerous pure chemicals, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, acrolein, lead, cadmium and arsenic.

“Hookah smoke contains harmful substances and the American Heart Association strongly recommends avoiding the use of tobacco in any form,” Aruni Bhatnagar, Ph.D., the chair of the writing group for the assertion, said.

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“Many young people mistakenly believe that smoking tobacco from a hookah is less harmful than cigarette smoking because the tobacco is filtered through water, but there is no scientific evidence that supports that claim. However, there is evidence to suggest that hookah smoking is addictive and can lead to the use of other tobacco products such as cigarettes,” Bhatnagar added.

Surveys have estimated that 13.6 % of youthful adults (18-24 years outdated) throughout the U.S. smoke hookah, accounting for about 55 % of hookah individuals who smoke throughout the nation.

The authors moreover found that people who use hookah are more susceptible to start smoking cigarettes than people who’ve not at all smoked hookah.




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