This report gives a short summary of the problems connected with smoking; and effect of the smoking on people and social. And also the diseases due smoking and nicotine; it is poisonous substances contains in smoking. And from this report you get the some variety of tips to stop the smoking and the steps to stop the smoking. Studying about and understanding the many facts of the smoking habit can put you on the true way to successful smoking end. Danger of Smoking In smoking, for example cigarette has contain lot of toxic substances some of them are following Nicotine One of the substance is contains in the smoking is nicotine is a material that stimulates the brain.
Low self-esteem and body dissatisfaction can cause mental health problems. Young women are at a greater risk of body dissatisfaction and low self-esteem, during adolescence their minds are still developing making them highly impressionable, because of this depression and anxiety can result (Duchesne et al. 1563-1565). The influence of social media can cause body dissatisfaction and this negatively impacts women's self-esteem, a lower self-esteem puts women at a greater risk of of depression and anxiety. Self-esteem is an important aspect of mental health.
Primary infection occurs in epithelial cells leading to a skin rash and fever as a phenotype. When virions spread to adjacent sensory neurons, a lifelong infection is established (Owen, Crump, & Graham, 2015). Both primary and secondary diseases have a significant morbidity and mortality but thanks to advances in diagnostic and the production of vaccines, it is possible to decrease their burden (Gershon, 2013). 1.1 Varicella:
One cannot stress enough on the fact that smoking is coupled with serious health problems to both people who smoke and those who are around smokers (Warner, 1989); it is all a danger to public health ( (Dekker & looman, 1993), and economic system of the country. A research study states that cigarette smoking is highly responsible for cancer death causalities more than any other factor not only for smokers alone but also for passive smokers ( (Higgmson, 1992). Because of smoking the skin color turns yellow, results in bad odor, and damages the lungs quicker as well as skin ages. “Smoking also causes diseases such as coronary heart disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and lung cancer” (Mehta). But, these are negative impacts of smoking on a macro level.
There are two different connections here: 1. People with moderate or advanced gum (periodontal) disease are more likely to have heart disease. 2. Oral health can provide warning signs for other diseases or conditions, including heart disease. It is not completely clear why this is true, but many of the risk factors for gum disease are also those for heart disease, such as tobacco use, poor nutrition and diabetes.
Health impairing behavior, have harmful effects on health or otherwise prek2dispose individuals to disease. Such behaviors include smoking, excessive alcohol consumption, and high dietary fat consumption. The Smoking, alcohol consumption, diet, gaps in primary care services and low screening uptake are all significant determinants of poor health, and changing such behaviors should lead to improved health. (Adler, et al, 1994). Health Protective Behaviors (HPBs) Health protective behaviors (HPBs) are individual actions taken to protect, promote, or maintain health.
PROTECTIVE AND RISK FACTORS IN SMOKING CIGARETTES Adolescents are curious by nature. They like adventures and thrill. However, since they are exposed to a fast-paced world, sometimes they tend to make decisions that affect their future such as engaging in health-related risk factors like smoking, drinking, drug abuse, and early exposure to sexual acts. According to the evidence gathered by World Health Organization (WHO), there is an increasing population of people who are using drugs, drinking alcohol, and smoking cigarettes, particularly among developing countries and adolescents. Given below are some of the risk factors why people, usually adolescents smoke and what are some of the protective factors: RISK FACTORS PROTECTIVE FACTORS Biological Factors Parents, especially mother should avoid smoking while being pregnant; Parents should set as role models for not smoking Mental Reasons (stress, depression, anxiety) Stress and time management; Worthwhile activities to reduce stress like sports Social Pressure Be firm in resisting the invitation to smoke Weight Gain Exercise and proper diet Peer Pressure Wise choice of friends Social media and physical environment Continuous reminder of the dangerous effects of smoking Reasons for Smoking Cigarettes The risk factors stated above are most likely the reasons why people smoke, particularly adolescents or young adults.
This leads to the initiation and progression of atherosclerosis. Cigarette smoke exposure impairs endothelium-dependent vasodilation (EDV) in both brachial and coronary arteries. In the normal physiology of the cardiovascular system Nitric oxide (NO), a free radical, is an important vasodilator primarily responsible for the vasodilation of the endothelium. Studies have shown that cigarette smoking is associated with lower levels of nitric oxide. Therefore, cigarette smoking is implicated in the development of atherosclerosis.
Almost every parts of our body would be at risk or can be affected when a person started to smoke and it can cause many diseases that may lead to illness. Later on we will discuss why smoking is harmful to our health and what would be the effects of it to our body. Every single stick of cigarette that a person takes it might be the cause of her/his life to be at risk and here are the following harmful effects of cigarette smoking to human health, specifically on a persons’ respiratory, cardiovascular, nervous system: *CITATIONS PLEASE* These could be the effects of smoke on our respiratory system; Toxins in tobacco smoke harm the body from the moment they enter through the mouth and nose. They damage tissues and cells all the way to the lungs. Adults who have smoked when they were teenagers they might affect their lungs that will cause it to never grow to its potential size and never perform at full capacity, this is because the lungs of the youths are still growing, due to the chemicals in a cigarette it will cause of slowing down the
Therefore, we can assume that there’s a positive relationship between air pollution exposure from traffic and asthma on a child’s life (from 1-12 years old). Kluwon, W. (2013, January). “Epidemiology”. However, air pollution can be very dangerous and harmful to our health. Plus, its effects on the atmosphere are alarming, it can cause respiratory and heart problems, the contaminated air goes inside the body through the lungs and can lead to many kinds of cancer.