Smoking Causes and Effects Essay

994 words 4 pages
Smoking has become a trend in today’s world, even though people know how harmful it is. Smoking causes are obvious it will ruin your health and give you series of health issues. In America 85% teenagers first start smoking from the age of fifteen and sixteen, smoking tobacco is really addicting. Smoking causes heart diseases, blood pressure, series of cancers such as, lung cancer, mouth cancer and throat cancer. I have noticed that many people in my relatives who smoked all their youth quit smoking in their forties after experiencing heart attacks. Some of the people don’t even quit after they realize they are having health issues. This is all because of being addicted to nicotine. There are several brands of cigarettes and people assume …show more content…

Smelling bad can affect social life and personal life. Smoking is never so good choice weather it is to look cool to showoff or lowering the stress. In conclusion I would like to say that smoking is like tasting death everyday gradually so therefore smoking should be abandoned for long living lives and helping others to quit. Government should run an educational anti smoking campaign where smokers can quit nicotine and avoid it for rest of their lives. One successful quitter can make thousands of other smokers quit with sharing the understandings of health consequences. As most common smokers do not feel they are at any more of a risk to get a heart attack or cancer when they smoke. Smoking is still the most important preventable cause of heart attack and cancer in the United States. Doctors should try to identify and educate their patients to the prospective health risks of smoking as much as possible to stop all of these preventable deaths. I am sure if smokers were not addicted they could be millions of quitters of smoking everyday. An alternative of smoking can be an electronic cigarette which is not harmful and can help people quit. Doctors should help their patient quit and advise them benefits of quitting. There are evergreen benefits of quitting nicotine. Quitting


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