As you may already know, smoking is not all that great for you. It is made of a bunch of harmful chemicals and can cause a number of bodily problems. In fact, people with diabetes that also smoke are at a higher risk of disease and damage to their body. These problems include, but are not limited to, eye disease, kidney damage, and foot problems. Studies show that people who smoke are at three times the risk of getting type 2 diabetes than someone who does not smoke. People that smoke are more likely to have damaged blood cells as well nerves than someone who does not smoke. Add the damaged blood cells and nerves with diabetes and you have a very dangerous combination. For those reading this that would like to quit smoking there are a number of things you can do to stop. The article below recommends to consult a health provider about different methods you can try out to stop smoking. Try out whatever works best for you and you be much healthier and be full of energy before you know it. For more information take a look at the article below.
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