American InterContinental University
Cigarette smoking is something that has because second nature to most people. They wake up, smoke a cigarette. Before they go to bed, they smoke a cigarette. And all throughout the day, as they feel the urge, they smoke a cigarette. It has become a very dangerous habit that a lot of people don’t realize is a dangerous habit. In this paper I will discuss the negative effects that smoking cigarettes has on the human body.
Cigarette smoke is can be very harmful to the human body. One area of the body that is directly affected by cigarette smoke is the respiratory system. Cigarettes contain chemicals that if constantly ingested in the body can be very harmful. One in particular is hydrogen cyanide (HCN) which is mixed in the cigarette along with tobacco and tar. Cigarettes also contain carbon-mono-oxide which is a deadly by-product. Carbon mono-oxide can attach to the hemoglobin of the human blood and this will deprive the body cells of oxygen. Even the wrapper on the cigarettes is harmful. The wrappers on cigarettes are dried tobacco leaves and chemicals that are supposed to help create an even combustion. So inside they cigarette, there is tobacco, tar, and chemicals like HCN. And then the manufactures wrap these things up in dried tobacco leaves and mix in some more chemicals in order for the consumer to be able to get an even combustion on their cigarette. All these harmful chemicals are being ingestion into the human body and goes straight to the respiratory system. For those people who smoke daily, they don’t realize the harm they are doing to their bodies. Cigarette smoke can harm the respiratory system through two ways: by the smoke and the tar. Because there is tar in cigarettes, when you smoke cigarettes, you can develop carcinogenic deposits in your respiratory system. This is the tar that turns into a gel like substance and gets