The answer is possibly, especially if there is a co-factor such as iron defeciency anemia or a low hematocrit.
The smoker inhales a large amount of carbon monoxide, which binds to the erythrocytes (it has a stronger attraction than the oxygen molecule) and a two-pack a day smoker may have the oxygen carrying capability of his/her blood reduced by 35%. Furthermore the carbon monoxide stays for days in the system.
Clearly this can lead to fatigue.
can you image going into a room full of soke ,, how would you feel ,, you open the door ,, and step it your favourite room ,, to see its filled with smoke ,, you can imagine your recations ,, now imagine , you smoking ,, and inhaling the smoke and nicotine and all then hazard , fumes etc down your throat into your stomack etc ,, ,, how do you think your body feels inside ,, as each fag follows another ,, and getting more condensed with smoke ,, can we see in smoke ,, now think can your body be tired from all this smoke ,, of course it can ,, its can do many other effects also ,, if you were to stop smoking ,, what would you do with the money ,, a nice treat every week ,, holiday etc ,, or you can choose to keep smoking ,,
Yes smoking do slow you down and make you feel tired it causes alot more than just tiredness as we all know,with every cigarette we smoke we put all sorts of dealy risks to our bodies,so no smoking is not just there to remove tension.
no its just for removing the tension..