This shows that the effects of smoking have a negative impact on the human body and organs. Therefore, smoking cigarettes is a bad habit in society today and should consider help if needed to stop smoking to improve their health and try to reduce the risks of illness caused by smoking
Abstract: The report is mainly talked about how does tobacco use effect human body. The author introduces three different kinds of tobacco which are cigarette, smokeless tobacco, and secondhand smoke. They all hurt human body in a certain degree. What is more, the disease always contain cancer whatever lung cancer or throat cancer. That means as long as tobacco or tobacco products can all get cancer.
(2017, November 16). Retrieved March 09, 2018, from https://www.cdc.gov/tobacco/data_statistics/fact_sheets/smokeless/products_marketing/index.htm Piano, M. R., Benowitz, N. L., & FitzGerald, G. A. (2010, October 12). Impact of Smokeless Tobacco Products on Cardiovascular Disease: Implications for Policy, Prevention, and Treatment. Retrieved March 09, 2018, from http://circ.ahajournals.org/content/122/15/1520 Health Risks of Smokeless Tobacco.
There is no such thing as safe cigarettes. Smoking is harmful and a leading contributor to hundreds of deaths around the world. However, people feel good when they smoke cigarettes. How does smoking cigarettes affect the human body? First of all, nicotine is one of the chemicals in tobacco products which contains over 4,000 amounts of chemicals.
Profit and money are the driving factors behind so many things, that people are not very motivated to eradicate something that earns them billions of dollars. Yes, legislation such as those to reduce secondhand smoke positively affect health outcomes, but I feel it is not enough. Tobacco is a legal substance despite its known negative, sometimes fatal repercussions. There is a plethora of research regarding the deadly and harmful effects of smoking and cigarette use, yet it is a legal substance used by millions. I think that the government needs to forget the profit aspect and focus on its citizens health.
Tobacco use has been on a steady increase for while now, from smoking cigarettes, to chewing or spitting tobacco, to snuff, even to patches and chewing gum with nicotine. Just about all users are aware to some extent that tobacco is not safe and can lead to health problems such as cancer, and even death. In Article 1 “ Smokeless Tobacco Is Harmful” the office of the Surgeon general talks about the dangers of smokeless tobacco starting with the oral cancer risk. In the article under subheading “ The Dangers of Smokeless Tobacco “ they point out that the most notable health consequences with smokeless tobacco are halitosis or bad breath, discoloration of teeth and fillings, teeth abrasion, dental caries, gum recession, leukoplakia, nicotine dependence, and various forms of oral cancer. They bring up this to make sure that people know what they are at risk of every time they go
Firstly, All doctors and scientists agree that smoking is life threatening. Tobacco smoke can cause cancer and heart disease. Smoking does not just affect the smoker, but people nearby inhaling the smoke and becoming passive smokers. Even if Smokers desire to smoke, but some people near, do not choose to smoke without them doing it physically. People nearby should only smoke passively after knowing the risks and consequences.
It will be better for us to make it clear whether tobacco is a good or bad thing for our future. There once was a time when tobacco was a symbol of coolness, you could not see actors in a movie without a lit tobacco. Today, not so many people consider tobacco as a friendly thing. Although there are some articles
The smoking of tobacco products, particularly cigarettes, has proven to be one of the most pervasive and unambiguously harmful habits humans have developed in the last centuries, shortening countless lives and costing individuals and the public dearly in healthcare costs. While research on the effects of nicotine, tar and other carcinogens inhaled and absorbed from the smoking of tobacco are still ongoing, the detrimental health effects for both the smoker and those exposed to second-hand smoke is now well-established, well-publicized and generally accepted. As evidence of the harmful effects of smoking mounts and the stigma of smoking increases, cigarettes have been made more expensive through heavy taxation, less appealing with many countries adopting packaging laws, and harder to smoke in public places as the list of restrictions grows. All of these effects have led smokers to seek out alternatives designed to act as replacements or transitional aides to help
The Effects of Smoking Tobacco Smoking cigarettes is known to be a direct cause contributing to cancer and numerous heart diseases. With addiction issues, those who smoke will not only get the effects of the tobacco but, they will also receive the cancer-causing chemicals which can lead to health issues such as heart disease and respiratory problems. Some medical concerns are hypertension, atherosclerosis, chronic bronchitis and emphysema. Many people believe that it is easier to use tobacco to hook these individuals and get them addicted to the product. Even with other individuals in the same vicinity as the smoker, second hand smoke can and will, over time effect those individuals with the same damaging results.