Smoking is one of the worst things you could do, it’s pretty much suicidal, but people still do it. In the 90s smoking was very, it was normal for someone to smoke because every one did it. However, now smoking is not as popular because now we know what it does to you and how it affects your body. That doesn’t mean that nobody smokes, there are millions that smoke and we need to get people to stop before it’s too late. Today I’m going to tell you about the contents of a cigarette, effects of smoking, secondhand smoke, ways to quit smoking, and some facts about smoking that will change your mind about it. Nicotine is a drug in tobacco that gives you a “Buzz” which is a feeling that makes you feel light and that is addictive, it makes it so that …show more content…
How much nicotine a smoker needs depends on how often he or she smokes. A cigarette contains about 7,000 different chemicals in it and many of these chemicals come from burning tobacco leaf. Some of these compounds are chemically active and trigger profound and damaging changes in the body. Tobacco contains almost 70 different cancer-causing chemicals. Smoking harms nearly every organ in your body and it significantly increases the probability for diseases. The type of cigarette doesn’t make a difference; they are all the same and cause the same amount of damage. Smoking has many effects on the body, it harms almost every organ in our body, some short term and others long term. Smoking is much more likely to give you lung cancer compared to nonsmokers, the difference between a smoker and nonsmokers lug in huge, a nonsmokers in normal while a smokers is totally black and rotten. Another effect is constricted blood vessels; nicotine causes blood vessels to tighten and restricts blood flow. That affects your heart and your brain. Another is Bronchitis and is a cough disease that is caused by smoking, but not only smokers but children of smokers too. Heart disease is another effect; smokers
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Stress from events such as the Oklahoma City Bombing causes people to smoke. Studies show that tragedies such as the 9-11 attacks or the Oklahoma City Bombing causes people to smoke, which can lead to other negative effects. Most people remember where they were when the Oklahoma City Bombing happened. In the Oklahoma City Bombing “A total of 168 persons died and 675 persons sustained injuries”(Sample). If someone saw on the news that a building blew up and American lives were taken one could assume that would cause a lot of stress.
Lung disease caused by smoking include COPD, which includes emphysema and chronic bronchitis. Smoking cigarettes cause most lung cancer is the U.S. its harmful cause all the many ingredients in tobacco that can harm your body. The main health risk from smoking is lung cancer which is common cause so many people smoke. Smoking cause 90% of deaths from lung cancer alone, and around 80% of deaths from COPD, and 17% of deaths from heart disease. Smoking can cause alot of damage to the
Tobacco is a plant which has been used for smoking throughout the world. Scientific knowledge on the impact of tobacco smoking on health has been increased greatly since the first Surgeon General Report on tobacco in 1964. Tobacco is known to cause heart diseases; cancer; lung diseases such as bronchitis; premature birth; stillbirth; infant death and low birth weight. Tobacco smoke contains many harmful elements which are both harmful to smoker and non-smokers. It contains more than 7,000 chemicals out of which 250 are known to be harmful to both smokers and non-smokers.
It's funny how many people within my age group lack common sense. Even more, if you tell people drinking alcohol and smoking weed at a young age is bad they will actually defend it with no source of proof at all. There is a reason stuff like alcohol and smoking cigarettes have a fucking age restriction, not because adults are trying to stop you from having fun it's because a 15 year olds brain does not have the tolerance for it yet. Throughout my countless visits to the hospital I have been told by many paediatricians how terrible all of this stuff actually is for you. Today, a doctor was telling me about how she did a study over a course of 4 years in San Diego with two groups of young people aged around 14.
A cigarette is made up of seven thousand chemicals but one of the worst because it is addictive is nicotine. Once the nicotine is breathed in it is absorbed into the bloodstream and within twenty eight seconds it goes into the brain. There are major problems with nicotine entering into the body. First of all not only does the nicotine enter into the brain, but once it is in there it attaches to a neurotransmitter called acetylene and mimics what it is supposed to do, which is control muscle movement, breathing, and the heart rate. However what makes nicotine addictive is when it released to parts of the brain that produce pleasure.
The longer someone smokes the more damage it does to the cells that line your lungs. “As time passes by, the damage causes the cells to act abnormally and eventually cancer may develop.” 3. There are two general types of lung cancer that someone can get. Small cell lung cancer and Non-small cell lung cancer.
Nicotine causes a person’s heart rate to increase since adrenaline is released. Also, it makes people stay alert, attentive, and reduces appetite. The reason why people may not want to quit smoking is because they might gain weight since the absence of nicotine will cause a decrease in the rate at which their body changes food to energy. Addiction will surely occur through the regular use of nicotine; nicotine can be just as addictive as heroin. People who stop smoking will feel nervous, drowsy, lack of energy, headaches, lightheadedness, insomnia, cramps, tremors, heart palpitations, sweating, and dizziness.
Specific Purpose Statement: To invite my audience to consider the advantages and disadvantages of smoking cigarettes so that they can make an informed decision on whether or not to smoke them Thesis: There are two obvious stances on cigarettes: pro-cigarette and anti-cigarette. Today I would like to explore these two stances and have a discussion about your current views. Introduction:
Smoking has been a long time habit round the world. However, in the past, smoking cigarette was very popular and known to be a cool recreational drug, and was widely accepted by the community across the world. Today smoking has been less widely accepted and more restricted because of the many health risks that are linked to smoking cigarette. These days, people are well educated and more knowledgeable about the health risks of smoking.
Smoking destroys relationships, the environment, and health, and there are many reasons and facts on why people should put cigarettes out. Longtime smokers, and beginner smokers alike develop extremely severe health problems and
Nicotine is the addictive ingrediant that makes people addicted to the thought of continue smoking but there is also 40 other chemicals that are known for causing dangerous health issues. If you were to look up cigarette ingrediants you can see that there are many of chemicals that are very toxic for the body that people digest as they light one. They are slowly killing themselves inside out. Cancer, lung diease, and diabetes are some of the health issues that lead to death, amputees, etc. over time.
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.
Persuasive Speech Etson Williams Course # 22297787 Topic: Ban smoking in public places Audience: You are speaking to a group of teenagers. There are twenty-five female and male students present in the class. Most of the male and female students are eighteen, nineteen, and older age present in the class. Some of them do smoke and most of them do not.
YOU Smoking causes many harmful diseases and health problems. They are as follows: 1) Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease 2) Stains teeth and causes Oral cancer 3) Lung cancer 4) Causes artery blockage 5) Makes our bone brittle 6) Weaker immune system 7) Buerger’s Disease.
Worldwide, tobacco use causes about 90% of lung cancer deaths, 30% of all cancers, 20-25% of coronary heart diseases and stroke deaths, and more than 80% of chronic bronchitis and emphysema”. (Jordan 1). Secondly not only does it affect smokers but even people who don 't even partake in the activity of smoking cigarettes. Second hand smoke is a serious issue and can cause cancer almost easy as being an actual smoker can.