Smoking in the Morning Increase The Risk of Oral Cancer

Smoking is a habit that can be done at any time, including in the morning. For smokers, it's time to quit smoking. Because a recent study revealed that smoking in the morning increase the risk of oral cancer.

Smoking is still the biggest cause of oral cancer, up to half of the number ends with smokers die from the disease. This study could be a warning to smokers.

Results of this study showed that people smoking in about 5 minutes after waking up have a higher risk of negative effects of tobacco, as quoted by Female First, on Saturday (27/04/2013).

"Eliminating smoking in the morning is not an easy task. Yet the results of this study have shown what the harmful effects of the habit. Hopefully this can trigger smokers to stop doing this habit," says Dr Nigel Carter OBE, executive director of the British Dental Health Foundation .

Dr Carter added that oral cancer has become a very real problem in the UK. The number of people who died from the disease claimed more than the number of people who died from an accident on the highway.

"Familiarize yourself with poor diet and the emergence of the Human papillomavirus (HPV) through oral s*x, known as the other risk factors of oral cancer," said Dr. Carter.

Early detection is an important role in the treatment of oral cancer, so it is important to know the warning signs of the emergence of this disease.

Symptoms include the appearance of canker sores never healed within 3 weeks, red and white patches in the mouth, unusual lumps appeared, and there is swelling in the mouth. Advised not to hesitate and immediately see a doctor if these symptoms appear.