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Health Risks of Smokeless

cracked/bleeding lips and gums receding gums, which can eventually make teeth fall out increased heart rate, high blood pressure, and irregular heartbeat higher chances of heart attacks and strokes cancer Oral cancer (cancer of the mouth) is cancer most often linked to smokeless tobacco use. But users also can get cancer in the stomach, the throat, and the bladder because the chemicals from the tobacco get into their digestive systems through their spit. In the most severe cases, problems caused by smokeless tobacco can lead to permanent disfigurements, such as the loss of teeth and even bones in the face. Smokeless tobacco also causes bad breath, yellowish-brown stains on the teeth, and mouth sores in most users.