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Excessive smoking leads to discoloring of the smokers teeth where they turn brown or yellow in color. This is an effect that may not be realized in the early smoking stages, but it becomes observable over the years.
Smoking can as well ruin the finances of an individual. Smokers tend to ignore their basic expenses thus giving preference to expenditure on cigarettes. To curb this surging problem, certain nations have increased taxes on cigarettes. This increased the prices of the cigarettes making it unaffordable to smokers. This has led to an increase in spending on cigarette smoking as the smokers continue to smoke the same number of cigarettes in a day.
Cigarettes smoking increased the risk of heart attacks and lung cancers. The tar in the tobacco coats the lungs forming soot that eventually lead to development of lung cancer. Heart attacks are associated with the increase in the rate of the heart rate which strains the heart and the blood vessels (Graves, 34). This thus has a profound effect on the heart which may lead to heart attacks. These are some of the reasons due to which smokers should quit smoking and engage in more productive and healthy activities. The harmful effects of smoking on the smokers are staggering. Unless the smokers quit they will be exposed to these hazardous effects which may even lead to their early
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There is information that one cartridge of electronic cigarettes may substitute twenty packs of traditional cigarettes. There are no recommendations as for the number of electronic cigarettes to use per day or week. One should just use this cigarette instead of traditional ones.
There are those against cigarette smoking and others want cigarette smoking to continue. Some governments also intervene in these debates and pass legislation to regulate cigarette smoking. This debate is far from being concluded but people are becoming more enlightened about cigarette smoking.
“Smokers can be grouped into two types-those who actually smoke (active smokers) and those who don’t smoke but are within the environment of an active smoker (passive smoker)” (Britton 37). These two categories normally meet in social places for example in learning institutions.
According to the 2010 report, How Tobacco Smoke Causes Disease: What It Means to You of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, cigarette smoking causes 440,000 deaths every year, or one in every five deaths (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 2013).
Some of the articles cited demonstrate how patients who quit smoking can see an improvement in their outcomes. Smoking is highly addictive, which makes it difficult for many to cease smoking. This article reviews literature which demonstrates that reduction in smoking can also have beneficial effects on cardiovascular disease.
In both developed and developing countries, the major cause of morbidity is due to respiratory infection in the stages of infancy. Besides this, respiratory infection is also “the leading cause of death in
As a result of substantial medical research, using tobacco has been banned in some parts of the world. To render these findings in brief, smoking is linked to various effects such as heart diseases, lung cancer, stroke, miscarriages, premature birth, peptic ulcers, diabetes, vision problems, mouth cancer, cervix, as well as bladder and kidney problems.
The argument that smoking is good for your health is often ill advice to the society, as it seeks to retain consumers whilst absorbing others into the consumption of the product. Advertisements used to reach consumers, depict the illusions that one derives on smoking a
The brain responds by releasing special chemicals that bring the feelings of pleasure and energy. However, such feelings fade away within an hour leaving the smoker depressed and tired making the smoker to look for