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The Benefits and Risks of Smoking Cigars


The Benefits and Risks of Smoking Cigars

Cigars are cylindrically rolled bundles of tobacco that are usually given out to celebrate special occasions. They are a luxury item that can be bought at a reasonable price.

They can be smoked by either lining the mouth with the tobacco or inhaling it into the lungs. Inhaling nicotine into the lining of the mouth can lead to an increase in the risk of cancer. If you smoke two or more cigars a day, you have a higher chance of getting mouth cancer.

Smoking premium cigars can increase the risk of developing chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. The American Lung Association performed an analysis of the 2017 National Health Interview Survey. It found that smokers of premium cigars are mainly older, white males of a higher socioeconomic class.

In addition, the health risks associated with smoking premium cigars can include throat and head cancer. According to the American Cancer Society, “One study published in the New England Journal of Medicine found that men who smoked one or more premium cigars per day had an increased risk of dying from heart disease.”

Another study conducted by the National Cancer Institute looked at the impact of cigar use on mortality rates. Researchers examined data from nearly 18,000 men. Most of the participants were World War I veterans. Those who smoked fewer than five cigars a day had no increased mortality.

Tobacco can be harvested in various parts of the world, including the Caribbean, Haiti, Mexico, and the Philippines. These growing environments produce different flavors and aromas.

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