Why risk it?

The risks that come with it

Smoking can lead to cancer, heart disease, stroke, and lung diseases, and for every person who dies from smoke-related diseases, twenty more people suffer from at least one serious illness from smoking.

The stats and facts

Did you know that smoking is the leading preventable cause of death?

Also, Tobacco causes more than five million deaths yearly, and, on average, smokers die thirteen to fourteen years earlier than nonsmokers.

And, on a monetary point of view, there are more than one-hundred ninety-three billion dollars PER YEAR in healthcare and production costs.

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The picture above is a comparison of healthy and non-healthy lungs, its easy to guess which is which.

Smoking can blacken your lungs due to the tar and nicotine in the cigarettes, and, with smokeless tobacco, there are significant damages to your teeth that can never be repaired

If you want to quit, you have to commit

  1. Change your routine
  2. Exercise
  3. Do something else with your mouth other than smoking or chewing

By Andrew Pollard