WHAT IS THE RISK I'VE TAKEN?

Morgan Pratt

Physical Consequences

~ Lung Cancer ~More Respiratory Infections

~ Coughing ~ Phlegm

SOCIAL CONSEQUENCES

~ People would not hang out with you b/c you smell bad ~ You smell like smoke

~ You spend to much money on CIGARETS ~ You will have bad breath and black teeth

Ways Tobacco affects Mental and Emotional Health

~ It could mess how your brain works ~ Damages the lining of blood vessels

~ Causes blood plates to stick together ~ Decreases coronary flow

If you smoke you can and will increase your risk of developing lung cancer by 20-30%. You can increase you risk of developing heart disease by 25-30%. You have more Respiratory infections. Children whose parents smoke around them have more ear infections. SIDS is the sudden, unexplained, unexpected death of an infant under the age of one. Third-hand smoke is especially harmful to infants who are exploring their environment.