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risks of strokes by 2 to 4 time; coronary heart complication by 2 to 4 times; risks of cancer in women by 13 times, risk of cancer in men by 23 times and death from chronic, lung obstructive diseases by 12 to 13 times. To this end, it is pertinent for both smokers and non smokers to be enlightened on the risks factor of smoking, the benefits of not smoking as well as the intervention mechanisms for quitting smoking.
It is a lifestyle habit whereby individuals engage in the inhaling of tobacco cigarettes. Evidently, smoking is a pertinent social and health problem due to a host of reasons. Foremost, tobacco smoking is a leading cause of preventable disease and death. Second, the longer an individual smokes during his or her lifetime; there is an increased level of damage to the health. Third, all tobacco smoke does not contain any risk-free level. Consequently, there is an immediate damage from tobacco smoking. Fourth, all cigarettes are pose critical health risks. To this end, there are no safe cigarettes.
Evidently, smoking is a problem that affects the health of both smokers and non-smokers. This is due to the secondhand and thirdhand smoke which can be detrimental to the health of both smokers and non-smokers in society. Evidently, secondhand smokes emanates from two forms. These are sidestream smoke and mainstream smoke. In this regard, sidestream smokes emanates from the scorching end of a cigarette.
On the other hand, mainstream smoke refers to the exhaled smoke by the smoker. To this end, both mainstream and sidestream smokes reside in the air as small particles for longer periods of time stretching into hours and days. Consequently, exposure to such particles for even such brief periods is enough to trigger health complications such as chest pains and heart pains. In this regard, there is concoction of chemicals present in tobacco smoke which are harmful to the non smokers and smokers.
Evidently, there are at 69 chemical components of tobacco smoke
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The paper will target to study young adults, adults, and adolescents. The SWOT analysis has revealed the positive and negative traits of the campaign. One of its strength states that it has a noble purpose, which is then countered by its weakness of being vulnerable to criticisms of the society.
Case Study of COPD Name Professor Course Date Introduction: Heavy smoking of cigarettes or unlimited exposure to smoke and stuffy conditions for several durations causes severe effects to the lungs. The accumulation of the smoke particles in the lungs might block the respiratory system problems that cause a condition called COPD.
The activists have a harder time fighting as the revenue generated from cigarette manufacture and sale is huge. This paper brings forth the argument of whether cigarette smoking should be banned in malls or not. Pros and cons of each of the reasons that will be argued in this paper will be clearly outlined.
According to the latest information, approximately forty percent of all people living on our planet smoke permanently. The majority of them is eager to give up this harmful habit but do not know how to do this. One of the methods to forget about nicotine and its influence upon human organism is resorting to the use of electronic cigarettes.
The current statistics of smoking in the United States are alarming. In the United States, close to 20 percent or over 40 billion of the population engages in smoking of cigarettes. There are many reasons as to why people get involved in smoking. Some of these include advertisement from cigarette manufacturers, peer pressure, and influence from parents.
What they forget to take into consideration is the fact that people smoke for a reason, or maybe several, in fact, and this habit has to be checked at its source.
Smokers have many reasons to smoke. Some reasons are as simple as liking the taste or the thought of smoking, or that it relaxes them and helps them unwind, stay sane with all the stressful things around them.
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Oza, S., Thun, M. J., Henley, S. J., Lopez, A. D., & Ezzati, M. (2011). How many deaths are attributable to smoking in the United States? Comparison
Epidemiological application in any study will be very beneficial in ensuring that there are optimal measures put in place to tackle a particular problem. The study will enable one to find out the incidence and distribution of these health problems at