Causes and Effects of Smoking Essay

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    Effects of smoking Approximately 100 million deaths have occurred due to smoking in the 21st century (Asma, 2014). Cigarettes contain a humungous number of chemicals which are extremely dangerous to the human body which when burned and smoked can be an outrageous risk to one’s health. Consequently, several of health diseases, such as lung cancer, heart disease, and a stroke are caused by smoking and most of them lead to death. In order to resolve this issue one should know about its dangerous…

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    answer to the latter is: it’s not. To some smokers, smoking a cigarette can be the most relaxing thing they do all day. Some smokers have reported that just one cigarette takes away their stress and leaves them feeling great. However, this is not the whole story. Smoking even one cigarette is more harmful for the body than anyone ever realizes. The first time a person smokes a cigarette, it can be painful. There have been some people that say smoking burns their throat and their chest the…

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    assist with the cessation of smoking however, there are safely and health concerns. Electronic cigarettes are a rechargeable battery which contains atomizer coil that generates a vapor that looks like a real cigarette. Due to the way the electronic cigarette is designed they have a similar feel, and discharges the same smoke, like real cigarettes would. Many argue that electronic cigarettes do contain nicotine and therefore, will still have people addicted to smoking leading them back to where…

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    Affects Of Smoking

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    A common negative effect of smoking is the financial toll. A smoker can be put in debt because of purchasing cigarettes. Cigarettes are often expensive. According to The New York Times, “The average pack of cigarettes costs about seven dollars and twenty-five cents” (Maheshwari 2). Most smokers will spend thousands of dollars a year on cigarettes. The average smoker smokes a pack of cigarettes a day. They smoke this much because of the tobacco and nicotine contents. Big tobacco companies put it…

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    current insufficient laws and regulations concerning smoking allow this percentage of Americans to affect the rest of the population. Almost all Americans are affected directly by smoking and…

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    Smoking Cigarettes It’s almost as if some people think that a pack a day keeps the doctor away by how much they smoke. In reality, smoking is extremely detrimental on your health and the health of the people around you. Most people start smoking as teens due to peer pressure, and the need to fit in. Not only is smoking an immensely hard habit to break and can affect more than just the smoker, but it is also a very costly habit, it reduces their ability to perform activities that require…

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    commodity in the world. Many people find smoking to be an alternative solution to release stress or as temporary, friendly company. Many governments are building hospitals, schools, and other public services from the taxes they impose on the tobacco industry. Despite the benefits, most people know that cigarettes are dangerous, but they do not really understand their harmful effect. Smoking cigarettes should be banned for health reasons. Tobacco has a deadly effect on the smoker’s health for…

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    Social Effects Of Smoking

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    second-hand smoke and it can cause premature death, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, various other respiratory problems, as well as fatal diseases such as lung cancer, and heart disease. Also, children exposed to second-hand smoke at home are seven times more likely to smoke. Since it is very difficult to prevent cigarette smoking in public areas, non-smokers should either choose a different area that is strictly non-smoking or try to stay as far away from the…

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    his life. C. Being informed on the effects of smoking tobacco and what is does to those who are around you is vital when it comes to your health and theirs. A person’s quality of life decreases after every cigarette they smoke, as well as lowering the quality of life of those around them. D. Quitting, it’s not simple, but it can be done. Quitting will not just benefit you, but it will benefit those around you. Take it day by day, make a daily plan to avoid smoking that pack or two. E. It’s…

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    Smoking During Pregnancy

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    a fatality. The effects of smoking during pregnancy on newborns can be harmful to babies when they are born, and even be deadly. Some expectant mothers smoke because they are addicted to nicotine or due to stress, but no matter the reason an unborn baby is still being potentially harmed. Some of the most known birth defects in newborns, from mothers smoking, are premature birth, stillbirth, and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. Smoking during pregnancy causes these harmful effects on newborns…

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