Statement of the problem:
1. When did you start drinking liquors?
2. Why are you drinking liquors?
3. What is the effect of liquor to your health?
4. How many times you drink liquor?
5. Who are the persons influence you to drink liquor? 6. What is the effect of smoking in your studying?
7. How many sticks did you take in one week?
8. What are the attitudes of LPU student's toward smoking? 9. What are the attitudes of male and female student toward smoking? 10. What is the influence of smoking on the academic and clinical performance of the student in LPU?
Significance of the study:
A young cigarette smoker can begin to feel powerful desires for nicotine within two days of first inhaling, a new study has found, and about half of children who become addicted report symptoms of dependence by the time they are smoking only seven cigarettes a month. In the 10 percent of children who were most susceptible, cravings began within two days of the first inhalation, and saliva analysis showed that being dependent did not require high blood levels of nicotine throughout the day. In some cases dependence could be diagnosed as early as 13 days after the first smoking episode. For most inhalers, daily smoking was not required to cause withdrawal symptoms. More than 70 percent had cravings that were difficult to control before they were smoking every day. The biochemical analyses confirmed this: the symptoms of dependence began mostly at the lowest levels of nicotine intake. Most studies on alcohol and health have focused on the quantity of alcohol consumed. Few have attempted to assess the pattern of alcohol drinking in relation to cardiovascular disease. Two related components of drinking pattern are binge drinking and frequency of drinking. Recent research indicates that more frequent drinking, especially consumption several days per week or even daily, is associated with more favorable outcomes than only...
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