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chapter 22 exile in dapitan summary

By lovelygirl_018 Oct 10, 2013 295 Words
Hello my name is Meibelle Palomo and here I am to persuade you to stop smoking because I m concern to the health of everyone in here whose taking cigarette. Because I think many teenagers start smoking due to peer pressure . They may also smoke to feel more mature or as a form of rebellion against parental authority. Do you smoke? Do you enjoy cigarette smoke? I’m sure that somebody here is smoking cigarette but not all of us are aware of the harm caused by cigarette smoke. I prepare this speech to convince you about the danger of smoking because smoking is not only bad for health it is also as bad for the people  around you. 

Breathing other people's smoke is called passive, involuntary or  secondhand smoking. The non-smoker breathes "side stream" smoke from  the burning tip of the cigarette and "mainstream" smoke that has been  inhaled and then exhaled by the smoker. Secondhand smoke is a major  source of indoor air pollution. How does this affect the passive  smoker? Some of the immediate effects of passive smoking include eye  irritation, headache, cough, sore throat, dizziness and nausea.  There are some negative causes by taking smoking of cigarette. Health risks: lung cancer, asthma, heart attack, esophagus, cardiovascular and bladder diseases, stroke etc. Appearance: bad breath, yellow teeth and finger tips, disgusting smell of hair, fingers, clothes, wrinkling skin, etc. That is the negative cause of cigarette so if I were you I will stop smoking because cigarette has no good cause to our health. If you don't want your friends to avoid you, try to stop or totally stop your smoking habits. That's my persuasive speech thanks for listening to my speech I hope that I convince you to stop smoking cigarette.

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