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The nicotine in chewing tobacco causes high blood pressure, or hypertension, which strains your heart more when paired with the narrow veins also caused by nicotine. This strain increases over time as your heart weakens and your arteries harden.How does quitting smoking help improves heart health?
Heart Decreased Heart Risks. Smoking is the leading cause of heart attacks and heart disease. ... Thin Blood. Another effect of quitting smoking is that your blood will become thinner and less likely to form dangerous blood clots. Lower Cholesterol. Quitting smoking will not get rid of the fatty deposits that are already there. ...How does smokeless tobacco affect your heart?
Tobacco products contain numerous toxic chemicals that can irritate the blood vessel walls, increasing inflammation, and damaging and "stiffening" the vessel walls. Smoking increases adrenaline levels, which raises the blood pressure and cardiac stress, causing constriction of blood vessels.