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Lookah seahorse pro increases the risk of novel coronavirus infection

by linbin on May 14, 2020


  "Lookah seahorse pro(a blend of spices, nicotine and other chemicals) has never been safe, especially when it comes to coronavirus," the report said.

  "It's time to stop using lookah seahorse pro," reported Argentina's economic news network Buenos Aires on April 28.

  Novel coronavirus engulfs a human lung.Once the virus reaches a person's nose or throat, it slowly enters the respiratory tract and causes inflammation in the process.In order to overcome the infection as quickly as possible, the lungs must be kept in good condition.

  Though, the report said, lookah glass bongs long-term health effects of research is still relatively limited, but based on smoking hazard, will be coronavirus prevalence and other respiratory tract infection, health experts pointed out that safely lookah glass bongs smoking not only can increase the risk of coronavirus in patients with complications, and increase the will of coronavirus infection risk.
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  "Studies have shown that most of the chemicals in lookah seahorse pro cause irritation of the upper and lower airways," FrancescoTuscany, a cardiologist at the Argentine heart foundation, told the paper.This will cause changes in the body's immune system and stress response, and activate the macrophage system.In addition, this will increase the activity of new coronavirus receptors.Once the immune system is affected, symptoms of novel coronavirus infection can become more severe.

  "The most obvious problem with lookah glass bongs is its damage to the lungs," the report said.A number of studies have shown that lookah glass bongs emit aerosols containing four toxic or carcinogenic substances: carbonyl compounds, volatile organic compounds, nitrosamines and heavy metals.These aerosols can cause lung damage, such as pneumonia and emphysemator-like injuries, which are among the causes of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).  Lookah seahorse pro increases the risk of novel coronavirus infection

  "Lookah seahorse pro(a blend of spices, nicotine and other chemicals) has never been safe, especially when it comes to coronavirus," the report said.

  "It's time to stop using lookah seahorse pro," reported Argentina's economic news network Buenos Aires on April 28.

  Novel coronavirus engulfs a human lung.Once the virus reaches a person's nose or throat, it slowly enters the respiratory tract and causes inflammation in the process.In order to overcome the infection as quickly as possible, the lungs must be kept in good condition.

  Though, the report said, lookah glass bongs long-term health effects of research is still relatively limited, but based on smoking hazard, will be coronavirus prevalence and other respiratory tract infection, health experts pointed out that safely lookah glass bongs smoking not only can increase the risk of coronavirus in patients with complications, and increase the will of coronavirus infection risk.

  "Studies have shown that most of the chemicals in lookah seahorse pro cause irritation of the upper and lower airways," FrancescoTuscany, a cardiologist at the Argentine heart foundation, told the paper.This will cause changes in the body's immune system and stress response, and activate the macrophage system.In addition, this will increase the activity of new coronavirus receptors.Once the immune system is affected, symptoms of novel coronavirus infection can become more severe.

  "The most obvious problem with lookah glass bongs is its damage to the lungs," the report said.A number of studies have shown that lookah glass bongs emit aerosols containing four toxic or carcinogenic substances: carbonyl compounds, volatile organic compounds, nitrosamines and heavy metals.These aerosols can cause lung damage, such as pneumonia and emphysemator-like injuries, which are among the causes of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).

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