What is the likely damage to my brain/body after 5-6 months of heavy methamphetamine use through the ROA of Smoking it?

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Inhaling cigarette smoke increases heart rate and disperses toxins and carcinogens in the blood. This dilutes blood oxygen levels short-term, creating oxidative stress that can lead to cardiovascular disease,

Soon after beginning tobacco use, symptoms of respiratory irritation such as scratchy throat, hoarseness, coughing and shortness of breath will arise.

Oxidative stress and low lung function brought on by respiratory inflammation decrease a smokers' tolerance for exercise.

Chronic Bronchitis
Chronic bronchitis is the form of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD, that can develop short-term.

Even just short-term smokers can have these. Please stop smoking for your own good.

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