11. The Stained, Unhealthy Colored Fingers of the smoker warn about the toxins suffocating the smoker’s body
The tar existing in cigarette smoke collects on the fingers and fingernails, staining them with a yellowish-brown, unhealthy colour long before blocking the normal blood circulation into them and announcing the gangrene of the fingers.
12. You do not deserve to experience a mutilating Cervical Cancer or a Miscarriage. No one does
Besides increasing the risk of cancer of the uterine cervix, smoking can also lead to fertility problems for women and complications during pregnancy and childbirth. Smoking during pregnancy increases the risk of low weight babies and all sort of future ill health consequences. Miscarriage is 2 to 3 times more common in smokers, as are stillbirths due to fetal oxygen deprivation and placental abnormalities induced by carbon monoxide and nicotine in cigarette smoke. Sudden infant death syndrome is also associated with smoking of the mothers who lose suddenly their babies, as well as with the tobacco smoke in the environment of those very young victims. In addition, smoking can lower estrogen levels causing premature menopause.