Smoking cessation programs - Harmful Effects of Smoking

Smoking cessation programs which are defined as the programs helping people cease cigarettes or using other tobacco products play an incredible role in making smokers live happier and bringing them to their nature...
Smoking cessation programs 2
Smoking cessation programs 2
Sept. 19, 2012 - PRLog -- There are so many controversial issues raised about these special programs. However, in this essay, the writer only focuses on the popularity, the effectiveness and the cost of smoking cessation programs.
Firstly, it is indispensible to consideration the popularity of smoking cessation programs. Back to 1990s, the first smoking cessation program was performed in West Virginia by the Coalition for a Tobacco – Free – West Virginia and the American Lung Association. With the initial aim of reducing teen smoking, the program was developed into Not On Tobacco – an innovative quit-smoking program for teenagers. And the result was about one of every six partakers could give up smoking. Subsequently, Spanish also applied that form of smoking cessation program and then gained satisfactory results. Next, Canada started using these programs as a main tool to lessen smoking addiction. Up to now, smoking cessation programs have been widespread. Every country has been carrying out these programs with a longing for eliminating tobacco from society. Vietnam is no exception. The Government legislated the compulsory display of warning messages on each package of cigarettes, prohibited smoking in public places and workplaces. These smoking cessation programs have been so popular that they have engraved deeply in people’s awareness.
Secondly, smoking cessation programs are very effective. According to the recent study of WHO, smoking termination bears 1.2 years extra life. When participating these programs, people are suggested to use nicotine alternative therapy products such as chewing gum, nicotine patches or smoking cessation drugs. This prescription can withdraw the symptoms and decreases people’s desire to smoke. As a result, smoking cessation programs reduces the risk of lung cancer, heart failure and other smoking-related diseases...
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