Advantages and Disadvantages of Smoking
Advantages and Disadvantages of Smoking, What are advantages of smoking, are there any benefits of smoking? What is the effect of smoking? Fact about smoking.
By: Alex Jups
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Sound Advice on the Advantages of Smoking Tobacco
You will always have something to do with your hands.
To avoid headaches later in the day, always have a cigarette first thing in the morning.
If you work with explosives, you have a handy method of lighting the fuse.
Smoking is a good career move if you want early retirement and would like to use up your sick leave.
On New Years Eve you don't have to go out to the fireworks. Just dip your cigarette into a jar of ground up sparklers.
Amuse your friends and be the life of the party by blowing smoke rings.
Always discard your butts in flower pots and garden beds as it helps fertilise the plants and keeps insects away.
Occasional house fires will help keep firemen employed.
By buying cigarettes from corner stores, you help support local businesses and help retain the fabric of our society.
At the beach, children can use the butts to decorate their sand castles.
Annoy neighbours you don't like by staying home and smoking heavily.
You will always have a good reason for loitering - "Officer, I'm just having a cigarette".
Always smoke when you are pregnant. Your smoking helps the unborn baby prepare for the air pollution in the real world.
When your neighbour's kids are too noisy, trigger their asthma by breathing smoke on them.
By smoking heavily, you get out of boring work and will have plenty of short breaks during the day.
Develop your cool image and fun-loving personality by being a smoker. Non-smoking is for wimps and wusses.
You will have a good reason to paint the ceilings every three years.
Why celebrate world no-tobacco day once a year, when every day can be celebrated as a pro-tobacco day.
You will know when it's time to throw out your old lounge suite by the number of burn marks.
Smoking is an adult custom. Add years to how old you look by smoking heavily.
If you run out of smokes late at night, help the taxi industry by getting them to deliver your smokes to the door.
You can demand more services and benefits from the government because you have paid more in taxes.
Help keep the bush fire brigades trained and ready for any emergency by throwing lighted butts from your car window.
Keep your weight down by smoking cigarettes instead of eating them.
Let's speak about harm of smoking.
The ingredients of tobacco smoke are chemically active. They can start dramatic and fatal changes in the body. There are over 4,000 chemicals, which can be damaging to the smoker's body. They include tar, carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides, hydrogen cyanide, metals, ammonia, and radioactive compounds.
Scientists and doctors know so much more about the effects of smoking today than ever before. They know smoking causes immediate effects on the smoker's body. It constricts the airways of the lungs. It increases the smoker's heart rate. It elevates the smoker's blood pressure. The carbon monoxide in tobacco smoke deprives the tissues of the smoker's body of much-needed oxygen. All of these are dangerous short-term effects.
There are more serious long-term effects as well. Smoked tobacco in the forms of cigarettes, pipes, and cigars causes lung cancers, emphysema, and other respiratory diseases. In fact, smoking causes ninety percent of all lung cancer cases. Twenty percent of heavy smokers get the chronic lung disease called emphysema, which causes the narrowing, and clogging of the airway passages in the lungs. This disease is seldom seen in nonsmokers. Smokers are also at least four times more likely to develop oral and laryngeal cancer than nonsmokers.
Smoking contributes to heart disease. It increases the risk of stroke by nearly 40% among men and 60% among women. Smoking is an addiction. Tobacco smoke contains nicotine, a drug that is addictive and can make it very hard, but not impossible, to quit. More than 400,000 deaths in the U.S. each year are from smoking-related illnesses. Smoking greatly increases your risks for lung cancer and many other cancers.
Smoking harms not just the smoker, but also family members, coworkers and others who breathe the smoker's cigarette smoke, called secondhand smoke.
Among infants to 18 months of age, secondhand smoke is associated with as many as 300,000 cases of bronchitis and pneumonia each year. Secondhand smoke from a parent's cigarette increases a child's chances for middle ear problems, causes coughing and wheezing, and worsens asthma conditions.
If both parents smoke, a teenager is more than twice as likely to smoke as a young person whose parents are both non-smokers. In households where only one parent smokes, young people are also more likely to start smoking.
Pregnant women who smoke are more likely to deliver babies whose weights are too low for the baby's good health. If all women quit smoking during pregnancy, about 4,000 new babies would not die each year.
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