How Does Smoking Affect the Trachea?

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Smoking affect the trachea because the tobacco smoke irritates the trachea or windpipe.  The trachea or windpipe is an important part of the respiratory system because it connects the nose and mouth to the lungs. A damaged trachea is life-threatening because it is vital to the respiratory system.
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