Pros And Disadvantages Of Smoking

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Recently smoking became as one of the biggest social problem, and that is debated by a lot of people. Smoking is not outlawed in many counties; for instance, Australia, Japan, and Singapore, but people should not smoke, so smoking should be outlawed and banned because of three disadvantages of smoking which are harmful effects for health, high dependencies, and public opinions. First of all, people need to consider how smoking affects their health. Burns DM (1991) said tobacco was composed by over 4,000 chemicals. Especially, the three most toxic substance are tar, nicotine, and carbon monoxide. Those affect people’s health terribly. I will point out characteristics of each substance, and how each substance affects people’s health below. ¬ According to About Health, cigarette tar refers a term adopted to describe the toxic chemical particles left behind from burning cigarettes. This substance include a harmful influence for people’s health which is a carcinogen. Furthermore, tar is not gone from the inside of people’s body soon even if they quit smoking. The reason why this problem happening is tar is a type of adhesive liquid, so the tar is going to stay people’s lungs for a long time, and continue to harm them. Tar also can make people’s lungs and teeth stains brown. One of the huge problem of tar is increasing…show more content…
Dr. Ananya said that nicotine is strong neurotoxin substance, and it has very high dependencies. The high dependencies triggers that people cannot stop or quit smoking. That is a massive problem of smoking. If people try to quit smoking, they try to stop the behavior of smoking. However, that makes people a fit and getting angry easily, and withdrawal symptoms, so people need to reduce the behavior of smoking gradually. According to Patients for Medical Cannabis, tobacco contains nicotine, but marijuana does not. That means smoking has higher dependencies than breathing in

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