Can smoking increase the pressure in the lungs, that is moderate, very fast? Or it needs time? Can it affect heart valves with mild leaking?

Smoking has many. deleterious (bad) effects on both the heart and the lungs. When someone has smoked for a sufficient amount of time the lung changes can result in increased pulmonary pressures and worsening of leaking heart valves. Don't smoke! It is bad for you!

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