Time to Ditch
Dip can cause bad breath, increased salivation, gum disease and precancerous patches inside the mouth. Ditching it is eliminating the biggest risk factor for mouth cancer.
Those pearly whites will look a lot more…pearly. Yellow teeth and tooth decay are some of the most common effects of smokeless tobacco use.
Aside from tobacco, dip also contains toxic chemicals that have been linked to mouth, tongue and gum cancer, as well as esophageal cancer.
The nicotine in dip is addictive and can be associated with a greater risk of high blood pressure, heart disease and stroke.
Risk of pancreatic cancer can be reduced by changes in certain lifestyle habits, including stopping the use of tobacco.
Rejoice! No more lectures from the dentist, doctor, family or friends.
No more dip spit or suspicious cans and cups sitting around. Need we say more?
With dip running about $3 a can, dropping the habit can put hundreds of dollars a year back into someone’s pockets.