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The Effects of Smoking

The Effects of Smoking

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  1. The Effects of Smoking By: Ms Hope

  2. TODAY’S GOAL: Understand the effects of cigarette smoke on the body

  3. Tobacco is the leading preventable cause of death.

  4. 1 in every 5 deaths is caused by cigarette smoking

  5. Cigarettes kill more people than all of these combined Murders Alcohol Drugs Suicides Motor Vehicle Injuries HIV

  6. On average smokers die 13 to 14 years earlier than nonsmokers

  7. Compared with Nonsmokers, smoking is estimated to increase the risk of… • coronary heart disease by 2 to 4 times • stroke by 2 to 4 times • men developing lung cancer by 23 times • women developing lung cancer by 13 times • dying from chronic obstructive lung diseases (such as chronic bronchitis and emphysema) by 12 to 13 times.

  8. Coronary Heart Disease

  9. Blood Pressure Exercise Tolerance • Blood Clots

  10. A Smoker’s Red Blood Cell

  11. CANCER

  12. Rates of cancers related to cigarette smoking vary widely among members of racial/ethnic groups but are the highest among African-American men.

  13. Emphysema Occurs when the tiny air sacs in the lungs become inflamed, over-stretched, and rupture

  14. Bronchitis An inflammation of the lungs caused by an infection

  15. Pneumonia Inflammation of the lungs caused by an infection

  16. Cigarettes create over 4,000 chemicals when burned

  17. Cigarette chemicals damage the collagen and elastin in the skin which leads to Premature Wrinkles

  18. Smoking yellows teeth, fingers, and nails

  19. Smoking while pregnant causes… • Infertility • Preterm delivery • Low birth weight • Stillbirth • SIDS

  20. Michigan Statistics

  21. Why is all of this important??? More than 80% of adult smokers begin smoking before age 18.

  22. Class Activity • Now we are going to the gym and you are going to see what it feels like to be a long-term smoker. • Does anyone have Asthma?