Smoking Habit: the Good and Bad of It

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There are numerous cigarette brands in the market now. Just to name a few, Marlboro, Mild Seven, Lucky Strike, Salem and Dunhill are the world-known famous brands. Like any product, each brand of cigarettes has its own distinct taste which smokers could select which ever suits their taste buds better. For my personal choice, Ifm fond of the Marlboro brand in general, and in Japan I sometimes buy the Caster brand for it is well-known super mild taste. On the other hand, there are also similarities between each brand of cigarettes; they contain a high amount of tar and nicotine. As we all know, it is scientifically proven that nicotine is deadly and addictive. But ironically, people still pursue to smoke cigarettes continuously. Now the question is, why do people still smoke even though they know it is bad for their health? This question can only be answered by smokers themselves.

First and foremost, I would like to confess that I do smoke. But, I donft think I call myself a smoker because I am not addicted to it. I did some research by surfing the internet to find some information about smoking. Several sites stated that there are about 4000 hazardous chemicals in the smoke cause by cigarettes that can cause a variety of health problems such as cancer, including cancer of the oral cavity (lip, tongue, mouth, and throat), esophagus, larynx and lung. Furthermore, scientifically proven that people who smoke cigarettes dies earlier than non-smokers in average of 14 years younger! I would definitely not want to die early if I have the choice. There are still so many things in this would that I would like to accomplish before I die. To be truly honest, I am really determined to quit this bad habit of mine as soon as I could. But as the online article said, gIt is easier telling people your plan to quit than to actually having it done!h When I gave the phrase a thought, it was exactly the thing that happened to me.

From a true smoker, I would like to share my...
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