WHY QUIT SMOKING?
Smoking cigarette creates major health, finance, and self-esteem problems. It is a major cause and death and illness to a human body organ. Quit smoking cigarette can stop or lower the risk of many human illnesses and conditions.
Why Quit Smoking Cigarettes
Cigarette smoking burns up your money (Rawlinson, 2013). Just imagine setting a fire and burning $2,000 every year. It harms every organ in your body. Quitting smoking lets your body begins repairing itself almost immediately. Why quitting is so tough? Maybe it's because smoking makes you physically addicted and psychologically addicted. The topic I’m going to research is about quit smoking cigarettes. There are so many reasons for you to quit. There are rewards and benefits they begin to quit immediately. They will experience the benefits of not smoking cigarettes, and as you are tobacco-free, you accumulate good benefits towards to yourself. Quit cigarette smoking can improve your health, your finances, and your self-esteem. Quit For Health
One good reason to quit smoking cigarettes is for the sake of a person’s health. Cigarette smoking is one of the major causes of illness and death in the United States. (Smoking and Tobacco Use, 2013). It reduces the danger and risk of getting serious major illness such as heart disease, cancers, and vascular disease. Smoking cigarettes will harm every organ of the body and affects your health. Research shows that those who quit improve their health (Why Quit, 2013). People who quit smoking no longer leave you out of breath whenever you do physical activities. It will also prevent heart disease, heart attack, and stroke. Quit for Finance
Smoking cigarettes is very expensive habit that can harm one’s finances. According to (Financial benefit of Quit Smoking, 2013), It cost a person $ 2,000.00 a year for an average smoker. Imagine the money you are spending on smoking may surprise you.
According to (Financial Benefit of Quit Smoking, 2013), those who quit smoking are able to save more money or use the money that would have spent on other things such as a vacation and buy new gadgets.You will save well over $2,000 per year if you used to smoked 20 sticks of cigarettes a day. That’s $6 per pack. Quit smoking cigarettes could also lower the rate of your for health and life insurance. Quit for Self-esteem
Cigarette smoking can affect physical appearance and one’s personal hygiene. You will look better to yourself and to others (Why Quit, 2013). You can be positive role model to your children and to your family. Children whose parents smoke cigarettes will end up being like their parents. It will enhance your self esteem and you will look good to everyone. You will look younger (Why Quit, 2013). People who quit smoking may and will start to look younger and smell better because it keeps their breath fresh, whiter teeth, hair and clothes will stay smell. Conclusion
Why quit smoking? Smoking cigarettes is killing Americans daily. Approximately 1,200 people die per day from smoking cigarettes. Most people don't understand the danger of smoking and what it does to your body. Cigarette smoking can damage your lungs, rot teeth, and cause quick aging. Smoking cigarettes is psychologically addiction to daily routine and addicted to nicotine. Your chances of quit smoking cigarettes can successfully increase when you deal with both of these addictions. Smoking can also cause your teeth to rot. It also causes tobacco stains on your teeth. Smoking cigarettes can cause quick aging. It shaves your life the moment you start smoking cigarettes. It also increases your risk of dying from heart disease, and cancer of almost every organ of your organ.
Cigarette smoking is one of the worst things you can do to your body. I hope by reading this you will never smoke or stop smoking. Smoking will only damage your lungs, rot your teeth; it can cause quick aging and cost you a lot of money too. Just ask yourself. Is it worth it?
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