Why Cigarettes Are Bad

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Why Cigarettes Are Bad

By | Feb. 2002
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The Good Things of Cigarette Smoking?
It is estimated that two hundred thousand smokers will die this year. This estimate is averaged out, based on the effects of smoking and the amount of people that smoke. Smoking causes many things to a smoker's life, a smoker can acquire awful smells, diseases, and a waste of money. The abundant amounts of effects of smoking are overwhelming.

First, smokers create unpleasant smells to themselves and everything they own. Smoke itself is awful smelling and, when smoking smokers have to have a place to smoke such as there house and car. Therefore, when smoking in an enclosed environment, smoke is trapped inside. Since there is no other place for the smoke to go it lingers and makes everything smell dreadful.

Second, smoking creates many harmful diseases such as lung cancer, emphysema, heart cancer, and many more deadly diseases. The 2,000 known poisons in cigarettes are the contributors to the many diseases a smoker attains. Many smokers also obtain small effects such as smoker's cough, wrinkles on his/her face, frequent colds, and diminished or extinguished sense of smell and taste. The deadly effects of cigarette smoking can cause a smoker to be hospitalized and cared for, for the rest of his or her life.

Third, the amount of money spent in a smoker's life span is overwhelming. It is estimated that if a smoker smokes two cigarette packs a day and continues to smoke for ten years he or she will spend $23,725. Spending such a great amount of money lowers a smoker's income drastically. Much of there time working is spent raising the funds to support there nasty habit. Instead of spending thousands of dollars on cigarettes a smoker could spend his or her money on other things.