Personal decision making impacts your health (Why is it hard to quit…
Personal decision making impacts your health
Why do people start smoking?
People start when they are teens because of peer pressure.
The Nicotine inside the cigarette is what keeps them doing it.
A Lot of people start and at a later stage they start regretting it.
Smoking ads influence a lot of kids start smoking and in 2011 several countries banned smoking ads and a lot of people started to quit.
What gets people into smoking?
Nicotine is the main addictive substance in a cigarette. It is a drug that can affect many parts of a body including the brain.
When nicotine hits the brain you will get a buzz of adrenaline which will quickly fade and turn into you being sad and down so smokers do it again and again to keep the buzz.
A typical manufactured cigarette contains approximately 8 or 9 milligrams of nicotine.
Which could result in deadly diseases.
Why is it hard to quit smoking?
When Nicotine comes into the lungs they get out a lot of weight but it makes your heart pump faster and your brain gets filled with nicotine.
A good way to quit smoking is having a diet where you eat healthy foods like,Apples,Oranges,Cucumbers and Carrots.
When Nicotine touches the heart it puts a lot of stress,but it is also said that some people smoke because they feel sad and stressed.
There are a lot of organizations all around the world for helping smokers quit smoking.Even quitting smoking at 60 years old can change your life.
They always say their gonna quit but they never stop.
Why do people continue smoking if they know its bad?
And the nicotine has many chemicals that make the smokers get a buzz but then they lose it so they never stop and also the tobacco is very effective and people can still stop if they see what they are doing to their body.
Some cigarette packages have law warnings on them which smokers never obey but non smokers obey them and they are used to keep the non smokers away from smoking.
The chinese smoking population is bigger than the whole U.S population.