Essay On Negative Effects Of Smoking

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Smoking kills every year, more than the number of deaths from car accidents, drugs, alcohol, AIDS and fire accidents combined together. The dangers of smoking are that damaging does not occur immediately, but after a long time. Moreover, not limited to the smoker, it affects others who are around him! There is no doubt that smoking is a slow-motion suicide, and murder of the soul and all legislative acts to prevent the killing self and expose it to the reasons for the loss, whether indirectly or directly. Moreover, smoking considers a waste of money and a wide door to enter the world of drugs, especially among young people. When you smoke, it’s not just you that suffer. Your family suffers as well. Your loved ones can be harmed by breathing…show more content…
positively or negatively.

In fact that smoking has a negative effect on sexual ability and ability to have children, and there are a lot of researches and studies carried out by researchers on this matter that can be considered as enough evidence on the negative impact of smoking to the sexual side both in terms of sexual desire or in terms of sexual ability or the ability to reproduce and studies indicate the impact of smoking on all of:

First from the man 's side:

Smoking has real bad effect on man’s semen, the latest studies have shown the following:
- blind study of 239 healthy male volunteers 19 to 40 years of age. 150 smokers, 37 ex-smokers, and 52 never-smokers were evaluated. Smoking significantly, leading to decrease in the number of sperm from the normal level at the smokers. There was a small but insignificant decrease in sperm number from never-smokers to ex-smokers.(1)
The sperm motility decreases by 20% at smokers than non-smokers which might cause dying of sperms before completing its
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Smoking is main reason for erectile dysfunction, where the level of hormone Alnoradarnalin rate rises in blood with smoking, as a result of the effect of nicotine on the sympathetic nervous system, which kind of relaxation accompanied by a rise in pressure and tension and jerk in the hands and increasing in the heart rate and all these symptoms would lead to lose and decrease the desire of having sex and here is study that was done by Robert O. Bonow, MD shows that:
In this study, researchers examined data on 4,764 Chinese men -- average age 47 – who completed a health survey. Smoking history and quality of sexual relations were among the questions.
Among the findings:
Men who smoked more than 20 cigarettes daily had a 60% higher risk of erectile dysfunction, compared to men who never smoked.
15% of the past and present smokers had experienced erectile
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