Dangers of heart disease and lung lurking passive smokers

Although not directly inhale nicotine, it turns a passive smokers have a higher risk of fatal than active smokers. A passive smokers were more at risk of experiencing damage to cardiac function and lung.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as reported by Everyday Health, exposure to tobacco smoke increases the risk by 25 to 30 percent of heart disease for passive smokers. When the smoke toxins into the body organs can damage the lining of the blood vessels to narrow and stiff feel to the bloodstream.
These conditions can lead to a heart attack because of the channels that clog the blood supply to the brain. Given the ability of red blood cells absorb carbon monoxide as a result of burning tobacco makes the heart work harder to produce oxygen.

Indirectly, this condition can lead to stroke. Cigarette smoke also can increase triglycerides, a type of fat in the blood to reduce levels of good cholesterol (HDL) and raise bad cholesterol levels.

For those of you who are in the active smoker, you should try to minimize the possibility of exposure to cigarette smoke by asking them to smoke indoors. Also, avoid public places such as restaurants that allow smoking indoors.