Cause And Effect Essay On Smoking

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Tobacco smoking is one of the most important issue because it’s harming a large part of community in every country around the globe. According to recent studies, tobacco smoking is more than 480,000 people in United States every year which is greater than the combined death rate resulted in AIDS, alcohol, vehicle accidents and suicide. It has also been proved that death of 57% of males and 50% of females are due to smoking. Smoking is basically a practice of inhaling the tobacco smoke which will affect your body organs like lungs, stomach and skin cells and with the passage of time, it harms in a very bad way. It also cause many psychological problems for not only the smoker but his family and also disturbs his social position in the society. …show more content…
Smoking has also become a global trend especially in young people and they adopt this practice due to peer pressure as they think that they will not look cool if they do not smoke. Smoking is a phenomena which is equally occurred in every social class. Rich and poor; people from every class used to smoke to overcome their depression, as a social status symbol or just as a habit. Reasons can be different behind adoption of this act but the harm they faced as an outcome is equal for everyone. Smoking cause same disease and mental disorders in everyone without differentiating the age, gender and socio economic position. There are also young people who adopt this practice because their father or some uncle in family use to do this and they seem healthy so they do not find it harmful. Smoking is injurious to health but stamina and bearing capability of every individual is different from each other so this is totally a wrong approach that it does not harm …show more content…
The oral consumption of tobacco will lead to gum disease, mouth ulcer, oral cancer and nicotine addiction (Jha, Peto 60). The users of such smokeless smoking are at more risk of oral cancer than normal people and this cancer will be occurred within four to five years of regular use. Studies have been proved that direct cigarette smoke and second hand smoke is the greatest reason of spontaneous abortions, stillbirths and sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) in pregnant women. It also cause a serious condition named ectopic pregnancy in women in which there are chances of survival of the fetus but fatal for mother (Shavelle, Paculdo, Kush). Smoking is dangerous for human health in many ways but the second hand smoke is also very injurious for people in surrounding. Secondhand smoke is basically the smoke inhaled by the smoker which touches the skin and entered to others eyes and breathe. It includes almost 7000 particles of burned cigarette which are cancer causing and toxic for human health. Exposure to the secondhand smoke increase the risk of brain and heart strokes 20 to 30 times (Jha, Peto

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