The risk of bleeding in the brain is markedly reduced if a person quits Smoking. This is the conclusion reached by researchers from Finland. According to the data obtained, the introduction of anti-Smoking law has helped to reduce the incidence of strokes in the country.
Apparently, damage to the blood vessels causes the nicotine and tar contained in cigarettes. Nicotine constricts blood vessels, and tar and other toxic compounds contribute to their blockage. Scientists have found that anti-Smoking law has reduced the number of cases of subarachnoid hemorrhage by 50% over the 20 years of the innovations.
Doctors recommend to give up nicotine addiction and non smokers not to start Smoking. Cigarettes get about ten years of healthy life and positive influence on the respiratory and cardiovascular system. Moreover, Smoking is recognized as one of the main factors in the development of lung cancer.