12th November 2019

cancer
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Why is dip so bad for you?

Smokeless tobacco causes cancer. Overall, people who dip or chew get about the same amount of nicotine as regular smokers. They also get at least 30 chemicals that are known to cause cancer. The most harmful cancer-causing substances in smokeless tobacco are tobacco-specific nitrosamines (TSNAs).

In this manner, what are the side effects of chewing tobacco?

Those who use chewing tobacco have an increased risk of:
  • developing gum diseases and gum recession (pulling away of the gum tissue from the teeth);
  • leukoplakia (whitish patches inside the mouth that can become cancerous);
  • abrasion (wearing down) of teeth;
  • staining of teeth;
  • tooth decay; and.
  • tooth loss.

What are the dangers of using smokeless tobacco?

There are also direct effects of smokeless tobacco on the mouth.
  • Bad breath. Smokeless tobacco can give you really bad breath and discolored teeth.
  • Dental problems. Smokeless tobacco's direct and repeated contact with the gums causes the gums to recede and become diseased, leading to loose teeth.
  • Cancer.
  • Leukoplakia.

What are the dangers of chewing tobacco?

Cancers linked to the use of smokeless tobacco include:
  • Mouth, tongue, cheek, and gum cancer.
  • Cancer in the esophagus (the swallowing tube that goes from your mouth to your stomach)
  • Pancreatic cancer.
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