Smoking Cessation: The 7 Sneaky Ways Smoking Steals a Woman's Beauty
The physical effects of this bad habit aren't limited to your internal organs -- see how smoking also destroys women's hair, skin and nails (and why you should quit)
Compounding the problem is the fact that, according to a John's Hopkins study, smokers are four times as likely as non-smokers to feel sleepy in the morning. Why? It's suspected that nocturnal nicotine withdrawal symptoms may disrupt sleep patterns. And, that lack of sleep can worsen dark circles and bags under the eyes.
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