Consequences Of Cigarette Smoking

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In our world today, cigarette smoking is very common to all specially teenagers and minors. Cigarette has the addictive properties that can cause harmful and injurious effects like diseases and early death. But, are they minding those harmful effects of cigarette smoking? Aside from that, it can also affect the personality and appearance of the smokers (Harry, 2015). Tobacco contains nicotine, a highly addictive drug that makes it difficult for the smokers to kick the habit. Tobacco product also contain many poisonous and harmful substance that can cause death (Harry, 2015). Thus, a great amount of money are being wasted due to the reason that they
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Previous research suggest a variety of such variables, including: the smokers own wishes with regard to his behavior, i.e., a desire to smoke or a desire to quit, as well as his beliefs with respect to other issues such as his fear of the health consequences of smoking (cf. Borgatta and Evans, 1968). On the other hand, smokers say that smoking keeps them alert and calm and it adds concentration. Extensive research is made to verify the diverse factors and adverse effects of cigarette smoking. Although, many students especially in schools like Universities cigarette smoking is very rampant and unrestraint. They are not scared to smoke in the public places even they know that smoking is strictly and absolutely prohibited as provided by Republic Act No.…show more content…
Even though, all companies of cigarettes are raising the prices in order to prevent smokers. But, is that a best alternative way to prevent using of cigarettes instead of making laws that cigarette smoking must stop? In other hand, like physical inactivity, smoking consumption and obesity, there is consensus in the literature that smoking is a drain on national budgets. For example, in a relatively recent study, Kohl (2012) quantified the economic burden of this risk factors and found the cause to be substantial. According to J poverty Alleviation Int. Dev. (2015) with both a high smoking prevalence and poverty rate, it is reasonable to hypothesize that daily expenditure on cigarettes constitute a significant proportion of food plus cigarette
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