The Effects of Cigarette Smoking

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Many people nowadays smoke cigarette even teenagers smoke. Some people have no idea about the chemical of a tobacco and what it can cause to a human body.
This paper is intended to give the readers an idea of the effects of cigarette, like cancer, heart disease, emphysema, and chronic bronchitis. The researchers also included the cigarette components like nicotine and how many percent of it in a tobacco. The reasons why people smoke cigarette is also in this paper.

By reading this paper, a person can gain knowledge about the effects of smoking cigarette. So when a person reads this especially those who smoke, he or she may quit or lessen smoking because he or she will know the bad effects of cigarette smoking.


Cigarette Smoking
Smoking is a highly addictive trend in 21st century America. It is responsible for any array of illness including a multitude of cancers, heart disease, emphysema, and chronic bronchitis. Although the whole body is negatively affected by smoking, the hear t and lungs are the most adversely affected organs.( One Billion people killed by smoking)

Its easy to appreciate that the 43 cancer causing chemicals in each and every puff are slowly building an internal time bomb. Smoking will cause some portion of their body’s blood piping to completely clog, with downstream oxygen deprived tissues suffocating and dying. Nicotine ability to dock at millions of acetylcholine receptor cites grant it control over the flow of a host of neurochemicals including those associated with preparing the body for fight. The is inhaling large quantities of highly toxic carbon monoxide.(Polito,2005) Cigarette Components

Nicotine. A dry weight of tobacco has 0.6-3.0% of nicotine. An average cigarette yields 1 mg of absorbed nicotine. Nicotine addiction has historically been one of the hardest addiction to break. Nicotine is both relaxant and a stimulant. Nicotine has very powerful effects on arteries throughout the body....