The Epidemic Of Smoking

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Through the years, smoking has become one of the largest epidemics in the world and according to the Center of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), smoking remains to be one of the single largest preventable causes of death and disease. Smoking has led to different causes such as increased social problems, increased financial restraints, and vulnerability to the smoker.
Smoking causes the social life of the smoker to change. Smoking leads to an odorous smell, bad breath and isolation. The odorous smell is caused when the smoke gets attached to the smokers clothing and stays there until the clothes are washed. This causes the smoker to have social problems because none smokers tend to avoided those who smoke for the purpose of avoiding the foul smell that comes with the smoker. Smoking also causes bad breath that causes even more social problems. Smoking deteriorates the gums over a period of time, causing a disease called periodontitis, which causes very bad breath. Most people will not tell the smoker that they have bad breath but they strive to avoid them. Due to the bad odorous smell and bad breath most smokers usually tends to isolate themselves. The smoker generally likes to avoid people who complain about the smell that follows/ lingers around them. Many of the smokers are also
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It causes the smoker to have social problems to the point to where they become isolated from others. It causes short and long term financial restraints, such as buying packets of cigarettes and then eventually paying for medicine. Lastly it causes vulnerability to the smokers’ organs. It causes the organs to develop new habits and it also causes vulnerability to the organs in getting diseases. Ultimately, smoking may be an immersive epidemic all around the world, but in the long run the one who’s losing is the one with the bad habit of

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