Effects Of Smoking On The Mind And Body

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the past century smoking has been integrated into our society, and it has been lingering without any uproar. The beginning of the 20th century was a time where smoking cigarettes was something a doctor would do in a hospital after surgery. Smoking was so common around that time youths were even indulging into the harmful habit with no penalties. In today’s time, there is a significant amount of awareness to the destructive nature of smoking, and any other tobacco product. Science has reached many heights, and each year we learn more about tobacco and its harms.This paper is designed to highlight significant harms of tobacco smoke, to walk through the withdrawal process, and present the reader the steps the body goes through to detox itself and repair any damage caused by the smoke inhalation. Smoking: It’s Effects on the Mind and Body Overview The proportion of smokers who say they would like to give up smoking is lower for smokers aged 50 and older (57 percent) than for smokers aged 18-29 (68 percent) and 30-49 (67 percent)( Gallup, 1989). Smoking can slither into our lives by various ways. It can be a social tranquilizer, it can come from other drug usage, from depression, or just a general curiosity. No matter how you contracted the urge to smoke, it is all downhill from that moment onwards. Most people who start smoking do not feel the harmful effects right away, but the other troubling part is that nicotine one of the
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