It’s simple: You need to give up smoking
Swedish researchers say the effect of smoking has a more detrimental impact on men than it does women.
This because of your Y chromosome.
It’s one of the most common gene mutations that cause disease in men. And it has a strong link to smoking, says Professor Jan Dumanski who worked on the Swedish study.
During the study, researchers analysed data from more than 6,000 men. They took into account their current health, activity levels, alcohol consumption and a whole lot of other data. And that’s how they found the devastating link.
They also found a correlation to the “dose” of tobacco and how it impacts your health. The more you smoke, the worse off your health and the more risks you face.
But don’t think that just because you’re a light smoker you’re off the hook. Introducing tobacco toxins into your body is one risk that doesn’t matter about how small it is.
What are those risks, you ask?
And it’s the reason women outlive men and that men are more susceptible to developing aggressive cancers that claim their lives.
Along with cancer
there’s the risk of infertility, breast development and other womanly traits because of your Y chromosome mutation.
But there’s hope for preventing all of this. That’s if you give up smoking now!
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Luckily, researchers also found that the effect of smoking on your Y chromosome is reversible.
But you need to give up smoking ASAP to undo the damage!
Lars Forsberg, another researcher from the University, said this could be one of the biggest motivating factors
for men to give up smoking.
Not only is it going to protect you from cancer, it’s going to prevent you from losing the very traits that make you a man.
So, think about it. Is smoking worth losing your health and manhood?
It’s your only option: Give up smoking today.