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BE COOL DON’T BE A SMOKING FOOL. Gimnazjum z Oddziałami Integracyjnymi nr 2 Sopot 2012. The results of smoking survey. 300 teenagers were asked about smoking. Most of them were over 15 and they were both girls and boys. The results of smoking survey. Among 64% of smokers 73% are girls

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be cool don t be a smoking fool

BE COOL DON’T BE A SMOKING FOOL

Gimnazjum z Oddziałami Integracyjnymi nr 2

Sopot 2012

the results of smoking survey
The results of smoking survey

300 teenagers were asked about smoking.

Most of them were over 15 and they were both girls and boys

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The results of smoking survey

Among 64% of smokers

73% are girls

60% started smoking when they were 13-16

56% saidsmoking was their own choice

56% said their parents didn’t know about their smoking.

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The results of smoking survey

Among 64% of smokers

69% spend less than 100 zl. on cigarettes

70% smoke less than 20 cigarettes a day

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The results of smoking survey

Among 64% of smokers

78% think smoking is relaxing

56% think cigarettes help them to forget about problems.

78% think smoking gives them pleasure

78% think smoking makes them feel good

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The results of smoking survey

Among 64% of smokers

65% have tried to quit smoking

60% would like to quit smoking

82% agree that smoking is a significant risk to health

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The results of smoking survey.

Among 36% of non-smokers.

42% have tried to smoke

70% make friends with smokers

80% mind smoking in public places

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The results of smoking survey.

Among 64% of smokers

58% tried to make their friend quit smoking but they failed.

70% smoke to fit in a crowd

50% smoke because of peer pressure

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Addiction

Compulsive physiological and psychological need for a habit-forming substance.

Cigarette smoking is the best example: Everybody knows that smoking is harmful but smokers underplay the dangers of smoking because they are dependent on its effects and try to avoid withdrawal symptoms.

the vicious circle of nicotine addiction
The vicious circle of nicotine addiction

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Nicotone gets to your brain within few seconds

Etap II

Nicotine increases the level of dopamine ( it is responsible for feeling of pleasure and well-being).

Nicotine is responsible for the release of adrenaline

Etap III

The moment you stop smoking the level of dopamine and adrenaline drops.

Etap IV

You must smoke another cigarette to feel better again.

smoking effects
Smoking effects

Smoking effects

- respiratory tract infections

- heart attack

- impotence

- different kinds of cancers ((lungs, throat, mokidney, pancreas, cervix, and stomach)

- stomach ulcers

- facial wrinkles at an early age

- yellowish teeth

- cataract

- hyperacidity

- brain stroke

how to give up smoking
How to give up smoking

Do it now without planning

. It’s proved to be twice as effective as traditional methods of quitting smoking.

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How to give up smoking
  • Get rid of all the cigarettes, lighters etc,
  • Make your house clean and fresh
  • wash your curtains and clothes.
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How to give up smoking.

Turn on the radio or TV set.

Keep your hands and mouth busy.Prepare some nutritious nibbles.While making a phone call twirl a pencil

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How to give up smoking.
  • One of the most effective ways to stop smoking is your own physical activity.
  • When you're actually playing a sport, you don't have time to smoke.
  • Aerobics or cycling are the best for you
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Be cool don’t be a smoking fool

Smoking isn’t cool. Cigarettes harm people around you. Children of smokers get sick more.

Smoking may cause a number of serious health problems and reduce the length of your life.

Smokers stink. Their teeth and nails are yellow. Smoking may cause premature aging and wrinkling.

If you smoke, stop know.

CHANGE YOUR LIFE.

SHIELD YOURSELF FROM TOBACCO.

grupa projektowa
Grupa projektowa:

Dominika Pić

Agnieszka Kiełkowska

Zuzanna Grabowska

Dominika Chabros

Sandra Borkowska

Żaneta Korzeniewska

Hanna Rosa

Karolina Krauze

Łukasz Szczepański

Paweł Parszuto

Agnieszka Glysz

Daniel Lehki

Jerzy Ruciński

Kamil Rogacewicz

Mateusz Kukawka

Jarosław Loroff

Julia Kubińska

Zuzanna Meler

Ariadna Dobrzańska

Jakub Pikor

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