Smoking: 4 Reasons of Why You Should Quit. Word Count:
Knowing the reasons of why you want to quit is an important fist step. Being clear about your reasons, can be a very powerful tool. You have probably seen many articles, telling you how to quit smoking, but without a proper motivation, they are useless. That is why instead of telling you what to do, I will tell you why you should do it and after that, it will be up to you to find the right way.
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Knowing the reasons of why you want to quit is an important fist step. Being clear about your reasons, can be a very powerful tool. You have probably seen many articles, telling you how to quit smoking, but without a proper motivation, they are useless. That is why instead of telling you what to do, I will tell you why you should do it and after that, it will be up to you to find the right way. <u>These are the 4 reasons of why you should quit smoking.</u><br>
1. it kills
2. it harms people around you 3. it makes you age quicker 4. it is expensive<br>
<b>1. Smoking Kills.</b><br> <u><i>Did you know?</i></u>
-Each year, smoking kills 5 million people worldwide.<br>
<u>These are some dangerous chemicals that can be found in cigarettes:</u><br> <u>Nicotine</u>
Nicotine is a stimulant drug. Like any drug, nicotine can be very addictive. Nicotine inhalation stimulates the central nervous system, making a person more relaxed and less sensitive to pain, but in large doses nicotine acts as a depressant. One drop of nicotine can kill a horse.<br> <u>Tar</u>
Tar transports chemicals to your bloodstream. Tar gets collected in your lungs and also, stains your teeth. Tar has proven to be the major cause of lung cancer.<br> <u>Acetone</u>
Acetone is an extremely dangerous substance, it can be found in nail polish removers. Acetone is also used to make fibers, plastic, drugs and other chemicals. A long-term exposure to acetone can cause kidney and liver damage.<br>
Mercury is a chemical element, also called ˆquicksilver˜. Mercury is a toxin, easily absorbed through the skin; it attacks the central nervous system, also Mercury affects gums and teeth. A long-term exposure to this chemical, can cause brain damage and death.<br> <b>2. Smoking Harms People around You.</b><br>
Your smoking can harm others. None-smokers, exposed to second-hand smoke are at risk of many health problems related to direct smoking.<br> <u><i>Did you know?</i></u>
- When you smoke in public, people around you could experience: dizziness, nausea, headaches, sore throat and eye irritation. - Passive smokers have an extremely high risk of heart disease and lung cancer.
- Each year, 20% of people dying from lung cancer worldwide, are passive smokers.
- Children of smokers have a 70% increased risk of respiratory illnesses and middle ear infection.<br> <b>3. Smoking Makes You Age Quicker.</b><br>
Smoking makes you look older by narrowing the small blood vessels in your skin. Your skin loses its elasticity and shininess; instead, it will look dry, old and wrinkled.<br> <b>4. Smoking is Expensive</b><br>
Not only does smoking damage your health, it is also expensive. Depending on where you live, smoking a pack of cigarettes a day can cost you up to $4000 dollars a year. It is a lot of money that you could spend on something more important in your life. If you think, that $4000 a year is a lot, try to calculate, how much drugs and medical care services would cost you, to get rid of all of the side-effects and illnesses caused by smoking.<br> <u>So, to sum it up:</u>
Smoking kills you, harms people around you, makes you age quicker and costs a lot of money.
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