Is hookah bad for health??

Nowadays, hookah smoking is becoming more and more fashionable. It has already become a fairly common attribute at the holidays, where young people show off in front of each other with their skillfully inhaling and exhaling smoke. For some reason, young people perceive the process of smoking a hookah as a luxury or a ritual that is available only to rich and well-born people. In addition, there is an opinion among young people that cigarettes are harmful to health, but hookah smoking is completely harmless. They believe that nicotine, passing through water, dissolves and is filtered in it, and the fragrant hookah smoke calms the nervous system and relaxes the body, and besides, hookah smoking is not addictive. In fact, studies have shown that the harm from hookah smoking is much greater than the harm from cigarettes, since hookah tobacco has a much higher content of harmful substances than cigarettes.

Even if you yourself do not smoke hookah, but often and in debt are in the company of heavy hookah smokers, all of the above can also harm you. Moreover, for a non-smoker, harm from hookah smoke is much greater than for a smoker. This is due to the fact that non-smokers inhale completely unpurified smoke. Smokers inhale the smoke partially dissolved in the hookah. Therefore, without fail, in a room where a hookah or even ordinary cigarettes are smoked, for example, a Daikin split system with wall installation is necessary. They have an extensive catalog of models with a 3-year warranty, you can choose the necessary wall model according to your room characteristics. The air conditioner will help clean the air in the room and reduce the concentration of harmful substances in it.

The hookah itself is a reservoir with water, from which a pipe with a special compartment for the smoking mixture departs, and a second pipe for smoking itself. The smoking mixture, like cigarettes, contains toxins — it is a tar, nicotine and carbon monoxide rich in carcinogens, which, combining oxygen with hemoglobin, together with already spoiled blood spreads through the body. This leads to an increase in cholesterol. For one portion of smoking, the hookah tobacco is much larger, and therefore the effect is much stronger than from smoking a whole pack of cigarettes. In addition, the mixture contains a very large amount of arsenic and lead. And since the water in the hookah does not have filtering properties, then, passing through it, nicotine is only partially dissolved, and the remaining carcinogenic resins enter the body along with fragrant smoke.

It has also been established that hookah smoke that has passed through water contains an increased amount of complex carbon oxides, which promote vasodilation and lead to slight intoxication. When smoking a hookah, harmful gases first enter the pharynx, then into the trachea, then into the large bronchi. Kalana smokers are prone to the development of larynx cancer. In addition, the hookah mainly smoke in the company when the tube is transmitted in turn to each other, and this, to put it mildly, is not hygienic. As a result, this can lead to the spread of various infectious diseases.