Cause and effects of smoking
Smoking is one of the main issues that mankind today is confronted with in the world. Smoking is known to have started as early as 1439 A.D. Rodrigo de Jerez was the first ever smoker in Europe, and the development of cigars was originated by the Native American people. In the twentieth century, cigars were advertised all over the world as a harmless, anti-stress product with little or no side effects. Smoking was eventually become widespread all over English-speaking continents and was even popular among women. As technology became more advanced, the adverse effects of smoking on human health have increased exponentially. Researchers officially declared smoking as a harmful habit that in most of the cases is fatal. However, despite knowing the fact that smoking is harmful, the number of people who smoke is increasing day by day rapidly.Smoking causes many negative effects thatn people think. It affects not only the smoker’s health but also the enviroment and society.
Smoking affects the health of both the smoker and the people around him. Cigerrates contains maany chemical that are harmful to our body. That’s why people who smokes are often more exposed to disease.. During a research done by Kids Health, an average of 5 million die everyday due to tabbaco related disease. They predicted that this figure could rise to 10 million by 2020 if countries does not find an effective solution to restrict smoking. When non-smokers are exposed to the 2nd hand smoke exhaled by the smoker, they possess a greater chance of developing tabbaco related disease. These people are called passive-smoker. When a person smokes, the non smokes are affected especially the children because thier immunize system is not matured yet. Some satistics in Vietnam shows that about 60-80 percent of children under the age of 5 are exposed to 2nd hand smoke. They are most likely to develop asthma, pneumonia and bronchities. There are many reasons...
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