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What happened that solved the short supply of tobacco?
Electricity takes the path of least resistance - That is to say most of the electricity takes the path of least resistance. In this case the short circuit will have an incredi…bly low resistance, and the vast majority of the electricity will bypass your appliance, causing no damage (to the appliance) at all. However where the short circuit occurs on the cable one will find burning marks and heat damage, perhaps even part of the metal has been vaporised leaving a hole or melting mark on the metal of the wire itself. There is also a very good chance the fuse will break inside the plug top and that circuit breakers* will trip in your board. *Breakers because the fault current may be large enough in a short circuit to trip your main circuit breaker and not just the breaker for the circuit the appliance is plugged into, this however is rare.
Make or stock more but sell higher until supply meets demand, usually selling at a fair market price will cause higher volumes of sales because more can afford it. Conversely,… too much supply will cause you to sell for less until demand meets supply !
Depending on the amount possible nausea, headache/light headedness, extremely pleasurable "buzz" effect, increased awareness/concentration, and bad breathe.
It's important to not overlook what happens to the body minutesafter you inhale cigarette smoke. As soon as you take your firstpuff, your body will experience increased blood …pressure and heartrate. This may over work your heart and lead to an increased chanceof having a heart attack. The increased blood flow will force yourarteries to narrow, which will reduce the amount of oxygen theblood will be able to carry. In turn the carbon monoxide levels inthe blood will rise, creating an imbalance with the body's demandfor oxygen. As you can see smoking creates a chain reaction in thebody, which is why it's so important to quit. Its true Nicotine isone of the most addictive drugs; however that should be an evenbigger incentive. The longer you wait, the harder it will be tofinally stop smoking. Now is the time to take action. You and yourfamily will be thankful you did. Short-term effects of tobacco use include: Alteration of personality hyperactivity aggressive behavior low self-esteem. great nicotine rush increased heart beat lower lung capacity relaxation of nerves dizziness nausea brief euphoria increased alertness bad breath. Shortness of breath. Yellow teeth. Reduced blood oxygen absorption. clothes smelling Ridicule from friends (unless they do it too and they think it is"cool") $$$$$ down the drain (I believe it is quite expensive) Tongue issues Being overall unattractive Bad thing to have in an interview/date (...and most important) NOBODY WANTS TO KISS YOU!!!
what do u think let me guess it clogs up ur nostrils and your sinuses and then u realise how much of an idiot u were 2 ever decide to put anything up your nose. actually i…t seems as if a few hundred years of research has proven the above statement wrong of course the person who commented before me woulda known that if he researched this topic b4 contributing anyways if by snorting tobacco i assume you meen snuff which is a powdered dry tobacco and is actually the safest way possible to use tobacco ok so basically you take a small pinch in your finger tips and sniff it up your nose n then the nicotine is absorbed threw the blood vessels in your nose (i would know im a pro) and after a few pinches you'll have a bit of an urge to blow you nose and i warn you the discharge will be brown but that's just the tobacco leaving your nose, and well after you do this you can think back on how smart it was of you to choose to use the oldest safest way of consuming tobacco............... by the way i feel as if i need to state i am a merican 15 years of age and have researched and used nasal snuff for a lil under a year as a means to stop chewing
Nutrients are essential for us to live. Without them, we would eventually die. When we are short of a nutrient, we would suffer from disorders associated with low intake…s of that nutrient. For example, low iron intakes may mea one becomes anemic; low intakes of vitamin C can result in scurvy; and low intakes of vitamin D can result in rickets during development stages for children. Each nutrient has its deficiency. So, by eating a variety of foods to get all of the nutrients means we are getting what we need to stay healthy.
Carbon monoxide (CO) This is mainly caused by irritating gases like formaldehyde ( H2C=O ) and ammonia ( NH3 ) C=O is tasteless, odorless, though very poisoness but nonirri…tating.
Your breath stinks, your nails go yellow your more likely to get cancer and heart disease. and you cough alot. In other words it's not a good idea to smoke!
If you chew tobacco, a great buzz can follow for the first several times of use. These effects will gradually wear off, and will not be as strong if you ingest nicotine from s…ome other avenue, such as cigarette smoking. Remember kids, your first time only keep it in for a couple minutes, nicotine poisoning makes for a great story, but your friends might not like to be covered in your puke. first of all you cant chew tobacco when you are a child. that is just wrong and stupid.
You begin your journey to cancer alot earlier than most, you could also recieve an underage tabbacco possession ticket. Usualy around $500 where I am from.
you have to cut out parts of your mouth.
The inside of your mouth gets tiny cuts
Not completely sure, but i do know that I've gotten chewing tobbacco in my eye before... other than being extemly uncomfortable i don't think anything will happen
Bauxite (aluminium mineral), as most of it is imported from countries such as Australia.
Increases blood pressure, heart rate, and the flow of blood from the heart. It also causes the arteries to narrow, and carbon monoxide reduces the amount of oxygen the blood c…an carry.