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Most smokers start smoking when they are teenagers.
People started smoking because:
People who continue smoking give different reasons for smoking.
As soon as people become regular smokers they become addicted to the
nicotine in the cigarettes which makes them want to continue smoking.
There are around 4000 chemicals in cigarette smoke.
Some of these chemicals affect the brain making the person feel alert
or calm, in other words changing the person's mood.
The more people smoke, the more they feel the need to smoke.
People who smoke have to put up with a lot of bad things to continue their smoking.
Cigarettes contain more than 4000 chemical compounds and at least 400 toxic substances.
When you inhale, a cigarette burns at 700°C at the tip and around 60°C in the core. This heat breaks
down the tobacco to produce various toxins.
As a cigarette burns, the residues are concentrated towards the butt.
The products that are most damaging are:
The damage caused by smoking is influenced by:
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This tool shows just how leathal tobacco is on a world-wide level.
Here are some possible health effects of smoking:
Second-hand smoke causes most of the serious health listed above, and more.
Because the benefits begin IMMEDIATELY.
Quitting smoking is the single best thing you can do to improve your health and quality of life. Non-smokers have a much lower risk of getting dozens of smoking-related diseases like lung cancer, heart disease, and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD, including emphysema).
Here are some other good things that happen to your body once you stop smoking:
Most people find it hard to quit smoking. Quitting can be hard, but it’s not impossible. Many people like you have quit smoking. You
can too. Counseling, medications, and other supports can help you quit.
If you’ve tried quitting smoking before but couldn’t do it, try again. Each time you try, it will get easier. You will be one step closer to
quitting for good.
Choose two or more proven quit-smoking methods
There are many proven ways to quit smoking. To boost your chances of quitting, choose more than one method. Pick what seems right
for you. Each person is different. You'll know what will work best for you.
Proven quit smoking methods:
Now is the best time to quit. It’s never too late.
There are many other good reasons to quit smoking:
"Giving up smoking is not easy for the smoker or their families and friends. Nowadays everyone knows that
smoking is bad for health so look after your body and if you never start smoking you will never have to know
how hard it is to stop.“
What are your reasons to quit smoking? Write them down and share them with friends and family or
Post them on the fridge.
WHO urged governments to require that all tabacco packages to include pictorial warning pasting disgusting pictures of the effects of smoking over packs of cigarettes.
The idea is to deter people from smoking by showing them the rotting teeth and horrific tumors suffered by longtime smokers.
and 34, whereas17.5 per cent make up those above the age of 15. Worldwide, four million deaths every year
are ascribed to smoking-related illnesses, which amounts to 10,000 deaths a day.
affect the health of other customers.
Ministry of Health - Negara Brunei Darussalam
3 Jun 2008 ... The ATAT which will be like an 'A-Team' will scrutinise and patrol the premises against any miscreants who violate the current anti-smoking...www.moh.gov.bn/news/20080603a.htm
Teen smoking gateway to drug abuse
Brudirect.com - News Updates
3 Apr 2004 ... Hence, the issue of whether Brunei should follow in the footsteps of the Republic of Ireland and ban smoking in enclosed public places, ...www.brudirect.com/DailyInfo/News/Archive/Apr04/030404/bb04.htm
Does increasing the price of cigarettes help reduce smoking?
20 Mar 2010 ... The setting up of the legal framework and the establishment of the 'quit smoking' clinic in AnggerekDesa (that only gives out tobacco ...www.brunei-online.com/weekend/news/mar20h44.htm