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Hookah (Tobacco)

Hookah (Tobacco)

Hookah (Tobacco)

A hookah, also known as a water pipe, is a device used to smoke flavored tobacco. It typically consists of a bowl containing the flavored tobacco, a water chamber, a pipe, and a mouthpiece. When the tobacco is heated, the smoke passes through the water chamber, which cools and filters the smoke before it is inhaled through the mouthpiece.

It’s important to note that although smoking hookah is often perceived as less harmful than smoking cigarettes, it still poses health risks. The smoke produced by hookah contains many of the same toxic substances found in cigarette smoke, including carbon monoxide, nicotine, tar, and various chemicals and heavy metals. Regular and long-term use of hookah can lead to various health problems, including respiratory issues, heart disease, oral health problems, and addiction to nicotine.

It’s advisable to consider the potential risks associated with hookah smoking and make informed decisions about your health and well-being.

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