If you are a woman, lovely legs is usually desirable, if you are a man possibly strong legs is the preference, but in either case having both of them is always handy. Ask someone who doesn't.
When it comes to bad news from smoking there appears to be no finish to the choices available to you. But here's you mightn't have thought about. If you want to quit smoking you can take the treatment of hypnonanalysis in Melbourne.
Icy feet, noticeable even in warm weather.
Smoking affects your circulation & this links in with diabetes. The effects are gradual & progressive.
Weak pulses in the feet & legs.
Lack of hair growth on legs.
A decrease in blood pressure in the legs or feet.
Feet becoming blue or purple.
Leg ulcers which are notoriously difficult to heal
& the finish result is amputation.
So do you have any history of diabetes in the relatives, or apart from smoking you have a poor diet & lack exercise you could be headed for a serious leg issue.
This is not an unusual complication of smoking. Definite it can all happen to any diabetic, but cigarettes dramatically increase your chance of diabetes.
I have even seen individuals who have had leg amputated continue to smoke & finally lose the other leg. This sounds like insanity, but human beings are liable to doing dull things.
Imagine what life would be like in case you had a leg amputated, or even worse. It is thing for a person to lose the use of their legs through an accident but how much regret would you experience if your amputations were the result of smoking, & your failure to quit.