Smoking: cool or deadly?

One word could only describe smoking. Fatal

Smoking

Side effects:


  • Stained teeth
  • It will increase your chances of getting bronchitis
  • Leukoplakia
  • Atherosclerosis
  • Emphysema
  • Cancer
  • Lung Cancer
  • Mouth Cancer
  • Throat Cancer
  • Tongue Cancer
  • Skin cancer
  • High Blood Pressure


When you smoke, your killing yourself. It might help you with stress or it makes you feels good, but it's not worth it.

Poisons in a cigarette

  • Arsenic- Used to make bullets and rat poison
  • Butane- Lighter Fluid
  • Acetone- Nail Polish Remover
  • DDT- Banned Insectiside
  • Formaldehyde- used to preserve dead bodies
  • Lead- Poisonous and no longer used in pencils
  • Polonium- Radioactive
  • Ammonia- Household Cleaner
  • Carbon Monoxide- Poisonous Gas
  • Cadmium- Used in batteries
  • Cresol- used in making bombs
*There's about over 4,000 chemicals in a single cigarette*
It's time to stop smoking. It's time to start fresh and be healthy again. It may be hard at first but with determination you can give it up.

Facts

  • Smokers die earlier than Nonsmokers.
Men- 13 years

Women- 14 years

  • A single cigarette has over 4,800 chemicals.
  • When you smoke, it causes your circulation to decrease.
  • Nicotine is an addictive drug found in tobacco. It increases blood pressure and heart rate.
  • Once you start smoking, you can never stop.
  • Teens are often peer-pressured into smoking.
  • Cigarettes contain 60 carcinogens.
  • There are about 1.1 billion smokers today.
  • Tobacco is the plant called that is used to make cigarettes.
  • 90% of lung cancer patients, were smokers.

You see? All of these harmful and fatal chemicals are in a single cigarette. Think about how you use some of these in a daily bases.