Early-Morning Smokers more prone to developing Lung, Head, and Neck Cancers

While most of us are aware of the fact that the frequency of smoking can be related with the chances of occurrence of lung cancer, the recent studies state that even the timing of fag can be a factor that augments the chances of development of lung, head and neck cancers. According to the study, chronic smokers who smoke within 30 minutes of waking up are more prone to developing aforementioned types of cancers than the smokers who smoke after an hour of waking up. Researchers found higher levels of nicotine in the bodies of cancer-prone smokers. Treatment modalities like targeted smoking cessation programs can be of tremendous use in helping these smokers to quit this nocent habit.