The harm of smoking on the senses
Sensory organs also suffer from toxic substances released during smoking. How does smoking affect the senses? For example, many smokers don’t like sweets because nicotine kills gustatory nerve endings in the mouth, which leads to the disappearance of taste perception. Hard-core smokers often have problems with vision - sometimes they lose color perception and can’t distinguish colors.
This is due to the influence of tobacco poisons on the optic nerve. Smoking also has a negative effect on the hearing function. Smokers' ears are popped by toxic substances released during smoking. They have a negative effect on the hearing organ, destroying the auditory nerve, thus reducing the sharpness of the sound sensations. The medical literature has repeatedly described the harm of smoking on the human body when the constant tobacco poisoning of the body causes disease of the peripheral nervous system. If a person suffers from diseases of the nervous system, smoking can worsen the state of health and, in some cases it can lead to severe disability.