Smoking Persuasive Speech

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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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