Cause and Effect Peer Revision Essay
Smoking is one of a new disease that affects most of the society. These days smoking has spread by a large while everyone know that it doesn’t affect the smokers only, but the nonsmokers also which called passive smoking or secondhand smoking. Such as people who are sitting near the smokers who are breathing the smoke, the baby of the smoker pregnant woman and the pregnant woman who are not smoking. There are many researches which can help us to know what are the smoking effects on the smokers and nonsmokers and which of them are more dangerous. There are many different effects of smoking on the smoker’s people. And every year we hear that there are hundreds of people around the world die from diseases which caused by smoking, such as heart rate and blood pressure. First of all the smokers will feel that their hearts rate and blood pressure are coming faster which will cause heart attacks after years. That’s not all but there are some researchers found that the smokers are ten times more likely to dies from lung cancer than nonsmokers and emphysema, bronchitis and chronic airway obstruction are some of the smoking bad effect on the lung. Second hand smokes are the people who are not smoking but at the same time they are affected by smoke. There are some researches which find that 13% of cigarette smoke gets inhaled by the smokers and 85% lingers in the air every one breathe. Children are on of second hand smoke. They are breathing the smoke which leads them for colds, bronchitis, pneumonia and sometime it will lead them for middle ear infections. Pregnant woman are also one of the second hand smokes. The smoke will not affect her only, but her child also. She will have a high rate of miscarriages, still births; it will increase the risk of low birth weight infants and her baby will born with decreased lung function and with greater risk of sudden infect death syndrome. Smoking is what is called a slow death,...
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