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How does smoking affect your sinuses?
Tobacco smoke contains irritating gasses such as ammonia and formaldehyde, which can irritate your airways. This makes your body produce more mucus in response and makes you more likely to develop allergies or a cold, which can increase your chances of also having sinusitis. What effect does smoking have on your nose and sinuses?
Does secondhand smoke cause sinus problems?
Does secondhand smoke cause damage to my sinuses? Like smoking, being exposed to secondhand smoke can do damage to your respiratory system. In fact, secondhand smoke is associated with more frequent lung and sinus infections, chronic coughs, ear infections, and even snoring and sleep hygiene problems.
How does smoking affect your ENT health?
You become more susceptible to colds and allergies and, eventually, to cancer of the throat and lungs. Dr. Fakhri says there are additional ENT-related hazards linked to smoking: Chronic sinusitis. If you continue to smoke when you have a sinus infection, you are more likely to develop chronic sinusitis, he says.
Why does smoking cause nasal congestion?
#1: Smoking changes the lining of your nasal passages. The chemicals used in cigarettes, like hydrogen cyanide and ammonia, are toxic to cilia and impair movement. Without movement, there鈥檚 a buildup of mucus in the nasal passages.