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Lighting up does not just hurt your lungs, it can also damage your back. A study recently released found that former and current smokers are more likely to have back pain in comparison with people who have never smoked.
This is sometimes a result of the fact that bile causes the small blood vessels to constrict and reduces the delivery of blood to the delicate tissue. Stopping smoking could help alleviate your back pain slowly.