Using any tobacco product is a major risk factor for oral cancer, including lip cancer. It's not just about cigarettes, but also about cigars and pipes, chewing and snuff. In pipe lovers, malignant tumors of the mouth most often occur in places where the mucous membrane most often comes into contact with the pipe.
Thus, smoking is dangerous to health and can lead to the development of a malignant tumor.
The second important risk factor is frequent alcohol consumption. And if a person both smokes and drinks alcohol, his risks are even higher.
In addition, the development of malignant skin tumors, including the lips, is ultraviolet radiation. You should try not to be outside during peak hours of solar activity, to protect your face with a hat with a wide brim or at least with a visor.
Smoke from cigarettes, hookah and cigars can indeed cause cancer of the oral cavity and lips. I was lecturing on the mechanisms and properties of tumors, may come in handy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b4zz5oVavzs
They also say that mice are born from straw. My friend's father had lip cancer, cured. He smokes a lot, even after recovering he smokes. But naturally he drags on to the fullest and smokes Rotmans and Troika. Perfect no matter how you smoke, you better quit.
The guys in the yard told me this when I was 10 years old. And they are about the same)) I hope you understand what I mean)))
Despite what people around me say, it seems to me that you will either get sick or not. All. This huge number of factors is influenced, the main of which is genes.
I have examples of when I drank and smoked all my life and nothing, and when I led a healthy lifestyle and suddenly fell ill, I know more than classical ones))
In any case, all these habits do not add health))
Grandfather smoked samosad all his life, he grew tobacco himself, dried it, then rolled cigarettes. It turned out so yadrenko (I confess, I tried it). My grandfather died of rectal cancer at the age of 76. Granny never smoked and practically never drank, only if she sipped red wine. She died of bowel cancer at 75.
Smoking as a fact is a risk of developing cancer. By the way, anyone. As well as many other diseases. For example, atherosclerosis, which, in turn, is the cause of heart attack and stroke. Or bronchitis, pneumonia.
No, not true.
Cancer of the red border of the lip is caused mainly by chronic trauma to the lip and exposure to sunlight. Although smoking is also a risk factor for lip cancer (it doesn't matter if inhaling or not). If you smoke without inhaling (as well as inhaling), you can get cancer of the lungs, bronchi, trachea, stomach, esophagus, oral cavity and oropharynx.
Do not smoke, in one word; the tightening depth does not matter.