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The Effects of Smoking. By: Dillon Tringali. Facts on Smoking. Tobacco causes more than 5 million deaths per year Cigarettes 1 in 5 deaths 4,800 chemicals in cigarettes. Get it Straight!. ALL THE FACTS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT SMOKING ( Click to watch a facts video! ). Secondhand Smoke.

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The effects of smoking

The Effects of Smoking

By: Dillon Tringali


Facts on smoking

Facts on Smoking

Tobacco causes more than 5 million deaths per year

Cigarettes 1 in 5 deaths

4,800 chemicals in cigarettes


Get it straight

Get it Straight!

ALL THE FACTS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT SMOKING

(Click to watch a facts video!)


Secondhand smoke

Secondhand Smoke

Just as harmful as smoking!

30,000 deaths each year

Asthma in children

Exposed pregnant women can suffer greatly!

Unhealthy environments!


Advertising smoking facts

Advertising Smoking Facts

$8.37 billion spent in 2011

Smoking costs government $193 Billion in 2000-2004

More smoking advertising than cancer charities


Positives of banning public smoking

Positives of Banning Public Smoking?

Healthier Environment

Less juveniles smoking

Decrease secondhand smoke

Decrease in cancer findings

30% decrease in Heart Disease


Negatives of banning public smoking

Negatives of Banning Public Smoking

Causes aggression in smokers

Bars can lose customers

Juvenile Problems

Withdrawal symptoms

Government profit may decrease


Youth smoking

Youth Smoking

4,000 “first timers” each day in U.S.

Connected with alcohol, sex, and marijuana

88% start under 18

Bad social behavior


The many effects of smoking

The Many Effects of Smoking

Multiple forms of cancer

Coronary heart disease

Chronic airway obstruction

Emphysema

Bronchitis

Infertility


Cancers

Cancers

Lung Cancer

Stomach Cancer

Oral cavity Cancer

Pancreatic Cancer

Throat Cancer

(And many more)


Coronary heart disease w smoking

Coronary Heart Disease w/ Smoking

Smoking increases blood pressure

Increase in blood clots

Decreases oxygen to heart

Nicotine fills the blood cells

Nicotine increases heart attack risk


Chronic airway obstruction

Chronic Airway Obstruction

Breathing basically becomes “forced”

Almost a “workout” to breath

Small alveoli collapse

Smoking slows down oxygen flow


Emphysema

Emphysema

Hard to breath

Toxins in cigarettes

Lungs enlarge

Tissues get destroyed

More than 10 million people in the U.S.


Bronchitis

Bronchitis

Smoking causes 8 out of 10 cases

Coughing

Breathlessness

Vulnerable to chest infections


Infertility

Infertility

Damage to the eggs

Ovulation trouble

Increased risk of cancer

Can cause genetic issues

Miscarriage


Preventing smoking

Preventing Smoking

Youth- after school activities

Adults- reduce stress or the urge

Follow no smoking campaigns

Read important health facts


How to quit

How to Quit?

The “patch”

Nicotine gum

Group therapy

Good support system

**Never Start**


Benefits of quitting

Benefits of Quitting

Improved blood flow

in risk of cancer

in quality of breathing

Overall in health


Need help for your addiction

Need Help for your Addiction?

www.smokefree.gov


The effects of smoking

DO YOURSELF AND OTHERS A FAVOR BY QUITTING TODAY BEFORE IT IS TO LATE!!!


References

References

http://www.cdc.gov/tobacco/data_statistics/fact_sheets/youth_data/tobacco_use/index.htm

http://www.cdc.gov/tobacco/data_statistics/fact_sheets/health_effects/effects_cig_smoking/


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