3 Affects others negatively
Smoking does not affect just the people who smoke, but also the people around them. They also affect unborn babies, children and everyone who inhales the smoke. According to research, the risk of developing lung cancer is increased by 20 to 30 percent in people who regularly get exposed to other people’s smoke known as passive smoking. It can also cause other people to develop asthma and other respiratory problems. If you are pregnant, then it can also cause harm to your unborn baby. Passive smoking is also known as second hand smoking l, involuntary smoking, and environmental tobacco smoking. According to statistics,
According to statistics, fifty-three thousand deaths are caused annually by second-hand smoking. This is because when someone breathes second-hand smoke. They breathe the same chemicals a smoker inhales. Moreover, the exhaled smoke or second-hand smoke is much filthier than the smoke that a smoker inhales because it is not filtered. The end of a cigarette contains a filter that prevents a few harmful chemicals from entering. Statistics show that a restaurant that allows smoking is about six times more polluted than a busy highway.
Smoking can cost you a lot of money annually. This is because the cigarette is a nondesirable good and is discouraged by the government by implementing heavy taxes on them.
5. Deteriorates physical appearance
Smoking not only affects your internal organs but also affects your external physical appearance. Smoking is known to cause skin problems such as pimples, wrinkles and dryness or roughness of the skin. It also causes premature skin aging, delayed wound healing, and numerous other skin diseases.
Writer: Shalin Chitrakar