Cigarette Smoke Also Disturb Hearing

Avoid cigarette smoke

We often hear Passive Smokers will also be affected by adverse effects of smoking just by inhaling the smoke, here's the description

Adverse effects of a smoker for his health is undeniable, both active smokers and passive smokers are usually exposed to cigarette smoke or combustion, also known as secondhand smoke. In a recent study, it is known that adolescents are exposed to smoke have twice the risk of hearing loss.

Researchers from the New York School of Medicine analyzed more than 1,500 young people aged 12 to 19 years who participated in nutrition research and nutrition nationwide.
Participants will undergo blood tests to measure levels of chemicals called cantinine, forming a fraction of the nicotine, but it also examined the function of hearing.

And the results showed that adolescents exposed to cigarette smoke are more likely to have hearing loss associated with the cochlea. The cochlea is the auditory organ that functions to send messages to the hearing nerves and brain.

While Dr Ralph Holme of UK charity Action on Hearing Loss, states need more research on the disorder in pendengarakan to prove a causal relationship between smoking and hearing loss. But as a precaution and the protection of the child, advisable to avoid cigarette smoke.

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