Smoking is a habit that is destructive for the health. There are many types of cigarettes to choose from but all are bad for the health. Smoking is harmful for a person's education and achievements at school. Yet, do teens still smoke? Is smoking still a problem?
Many people including myself, believe smoking in public should be illegal. Why you may ask? When people smoke in public a lot of things happen. When people smoke cigarettes in public you are breathing in the toxic chemicals, not to mention it smells disgusting, and all the trash that is left behind from cigarette smokers. I personally think that smoking in public should be illegal.
Some people think smoking should be banned because according to them it is limited claimed freedom." According to telcontar," the problem with freedom is that as we don’t live isolated from other people, the decisions we make in our lives will inevitably affect the lives of others. While we might be free to live our lives as we please, only truly selfish people will ignore the effects we have on others’ lives. Smoking is one activity whose effects are not limited to one’s own life. If someone dies of smoking, they will rob their friends and families of a loved one."
To begin, our very first point is secondhand smoking. Secondhand smoke is deadly and can cause cancer. It is just deadly when a person had been exposed himself in a smoke in public places for a long time. One of the negative effects of smoking in public areas can affect other people lives because the smoke that you’ve been exhaling is the same smoke that others is been inhaling. You are not just harming your own self but other people’s health as well which turn out to be worst for them.
In spite of the fact that we as a whole know how awful tobacco use and smoking is for our wellbeing, we don 't stop its use. A few people do attempt, some even take drug to dispose of it yet it lands them no place. As indicated by the vast majority of the studies, the individuals who are dependent on tobacco utilization in one way or the other can stop the propensity for at some point yet just some of them can stop it until the end of time. Despite the fact that it is about resolve, it is identified with worry also. It is seen that experts that have large amounts of stress and mental weight tend to begin smoking all the time, which prompts to a considerable measure of illnesses and influences your wellbeing hugely.
Should cigarettes be illegal? Should smoking be illegal? Yes, you may ask yourself why? Simply because it results in a large number of death’s (the most in the uk to be precise).Most of us aren’t aware of the side effects from smoking cigarettes, which is very worrying to me. According to the NHS, its estimated that over 120,000 deaths are caused by smoking annually.
General Purpose: to persuade Specific Purpose: to persuade the audience of the importance of banning smoking in public places Thesis: Smoking should be banned in public places because it is harmful to non-smokers who visit public places. I. Introduction A. Attention-getter: How many of you been around people who are smoking in public places? Probably, most of us have at least noticed people smoking in CMU campus even it is a non-smoking campus. Secondhand smoke is really harmful to anyone who inhales it in.
As per the latest study conducted by the World Health Organization, one billion people smoke worldwide, which constitute about 20% of the entire world population. Cigarette smoking has numerous health hazards however, lung cancer is the most known to generations. Smoking, at the same time, is also responsible for cardiovascular disease and heart stroke. But accelerated aging continues to remain the most ignored and standard side effect of smoking. Although, aging is an unstoppable natural phenomenon of the human body, which none of us really likes, consistent smokers get this damage severed, in a more intense and rapid way.
According to Tackling Tobacco Action on Smoking and Disadvantage, there are many effects of smoking to social and personal aspects of a smoker such as social stigma and isolation, lack of freedom and dependency. Some smokers feel that they are being looked down on. As smoking rates decline, many people do not want to be exposed to other peoples’ smoke and are intolerant of smoking. This social unacceptance is likely to increase as the number of smokers continues to drop. Having to worry about where you can go and whether you can smoke.
In addition, smoking can be a contributing factor towards low performance of athletes as it hinders their ability to perform to the best of their abilities. Smoking is a drug and people who are into it can be addicted to it. Nicotine is the chemical most responsible for addiction in a person. Sometimes during training sessions if they haven’t smoked any cigarette before training, they will not pay attention as their cravings for the drug increases. Also when the brain, heart and muscles receive inadequate levels of oxygen, mental and physical performance of athletes tends to drop.
I believe we can solve this issue with a ban for smoking cigarettes. Why should cigarettes be banned? The topic of banning cigarettes is well known. Smoking has been shown to be dangerous to health, and has been linked to several diseases such as bronchitis and lung cancer. Unfortunately, those who do choose to smoke are not only affecting themselves, but around everyone around them.
No one should sue a company that did not force them to start smoking. There is no point in suing the Tobacco company because no one would end up getting any money from it, and people would still have the disease or cancer. In addition, there is no reason to pursue legal action because smokers are still going to be at risk for health issues that the smokers risked getting. The government should stop this nonsense and ban smoking for good because it will save a lot of lives and a fewer headaches. “Tobacco is already the biggest cause of adult death in developed countries.
Smoking kills about half a million Americans every year- mainly from heart attacks and cancer. New York mayor Michael Bloomberg noted that while 14,000 deaths were related to tobacco each day, little funding went to fight tobacco use and its medical complications. . Lung cancer killed more Americans than any other type of malignancy, causing some 160,000 deaths a year during the decade—more than breast, colon, and prostate cancer combined. While some cases of lung cancer occurred in nonsmokers, at least 87 percent were associated with cigarette smoking.