Is it Deadly to Everyone?
The history of smoking
Smoking was invented in the 9th century. You may know of cigars and cigarettes but there are many other smoking utilities like pipes, Bid's hookahs, vaporizers and bongs. Some people think smoking is not deadly to everyone, particularly people who smoke assume it wont kill them. But the majority of people know that smoking kills.
The average lifespan for a non smoker is 12 years longer than a typical smoker
- You can get cancer from smoking.
- There are poisonous chemicals in a cigarette.
- Smoking can cause heart disease.
If you smoke you are most likely to develop lung or other cancers.
- You can get lung cancer from smoking because you inhale and exhale the smoke.
- There are poisonous chemicals in a cigarette such as:
- Acetic Acid(Corrosive to respiratory tract),
- Acetone (used in nail polish removers.)
- Ammonia. (Used in floor and toilet cleaners)
- Arsenic (a poison)
- Cadmium (Car battery Fluid)
- Carbon Monoxide (interferes with the supply of oxygen in the blood to the rest of the body)
- Ethanol (Alcohol)
- Formalin (used in preserving human tissue and fabric)
- Hex-amine (used in explosive compounds)
- Hydrogen Cyanide (Poison)
- Methane (Petroleum Gas)
- Nicotine (Schedule 6 Poison)
- Nitro Benzene (a petrol additive)
- Phenol's (used in disinfectants)
- Stearic Acid (used in candle wax)
- Toluene (Industrial solvent)
- Vinyl Chloride (used in PVC)
You can get a heart disease or a stroke from smoking
- smoking will give you a heart disease from clots to form and blocking blood to go to your heart.
- You can get lower cholesterol from smoking.
- It could cause thickening and narrowing in blood vessels.