Los Angeles It has been revealed in the latest study that a member of your family or an office friend smokes and if you sit next to them and smoke continuously, it can also cause damage to your heart. The study says that continuous passive smoking in a closed area, that is, exposure to the smoke of smoke, changes the electrical activity of the heart, which makes your heart rate or heart beat abnormal. The study revealed that even if someone else is smoking, but if you are constantly in contact with that smoke, then the cells in your heart that regulate the heart beat may change.
This study was done on mice.
The results of this study, published in the journal Environmental Health Perspective, emphasize that tobacco smoke can harm the heart not only for smokers but also for non-smokers. According to Crystal Riplinger, Associate Professor at the University of California, it is very important that people should be informed that not only smoking directly, but also passive smoking can harm your health in many ways. This study was done on mice.