A week ago I was having very severe chest pains and went to the ER, the ran tests including a EPG and found everything to be normal. For the last week I have had mild chest pains, nausea, and today I ...
it goes through both your nose and mouth and there both connected through your throat and then it goes into your lungs where it will manifest turn to cancer and kill you, so do not smoke.
the pipe of mouth and lungs are same.
so it does not matters from where it is inhaled.
There is a criss cross connection across oral and nasal pathways in the throat via the "Nasopharynx". That is how you can mouth breathe!
You know how people breathe through their mouths when their nose is stuffed up. Air can get into the trachaea and into the lungs via the mouth, it doesn't always have to go through the nose. It's completely viable that it can go through the mouth.
inhale through your lungs second smoke, doesn't matter
when one smokes the inhale gets in to lungs only not to any other place in the body. . This you can understand when you are in a hill top and cool breeze passes by if you inhale that you get the fresh and cool air inside and feel very pleasant too is it not ? the same way when one takes deep breath his lung gets filled with the smoke from the cigarette or cigar or beedi this gets filled in to the lungs. that's all
Most people can breathe through their mouth as well as their nose.
Whichever hole in your body you use to breathe, it goes into the lungs. Oxygen is diluted by cigarette smoke. You lose your stamina, damage your respiratory system and make yourself and eligible candidate for the cancer polls.