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    1. Every time a man puts out a cigarette……………. A cigarette puts out a man somewhere ……….
    2. Tobacco kills up to half of its users. Deaths caused by HIV, illegal druguse, alcohol, accidents. Tobacco related Deathscaused by Deaths suicides and murders
    3. Every 8 seconds somewhere in the world, someone dies, because of tobacco The World Health Organisation (WHO) has estimated that India has the second largest number of smokers in the world after ChinaNearly 80% of the worlds one billion smokers live in low-and middle-income countries.50% of cancer deaths, 40% of all health-relatedproblems, and a majority of cardio-vascular and lungdisorders in INDIA are due to tobacco use.India spends Rs 30,000 crore annually to treat tobacco-related diseases, an amount which is four times the revenuegenerated by the tobacco industry
    4. CIGARETTES TOBACCO AVATARS SNUFFCIGARS POWDER BEEDIES GUTKHA CHEWING TOBACCO
    5. Who smokes ? YOUNG RICH MEN MIDDLE AGED AVERAGEWOMEN OLD POOR
    6. 5 reasons why people smoked • People love to smoke tobacco. This could be due to the stimulant1 received, the intoxication and the addictive property of nicotine2 1. Smoking was be termed and defined as "cool", etc. in time. • Smoking can in-style and fashionable at several periods • In the past many people believed that smoking could protect them from illness. This is in combination with the idea that smoking was at3 least not harmful. • For no real reason, people imitate others, or in other words, “monkey4. see, monkey do”. They start it for fun and get addicted to it • Finally, a nation can become addicted to the revenues produced by taxes placed upon tobacco products. The governments never did5 anything to educate people.
    7. Cigarette smoke contains over 4,000 chemical compounds;600 of which are known to be poisonous, and upwards of 60 have been identified as carcinogens.
    8. Children are inspired by the parentsChildren are innocent victims
    9.  About 6 trillion cigarette butts litter the earth every year 1.7 billion pounds of cigarette butts accumulate in lakes and oceans and on beaches and the rest of the planet every year Cigarette butts are not only everywhere, but they are toxic and non-biodegradable Cigarette butts ooze out chemicals such as cadmium, lead, and arsenic into the marine environment within an hour of contact with water. The simple act of lighting a match to your cigarette, cigar, or pipe puts your home at risk of fire Tobacco chewers don’t swallow the tobacco juice but will spit in the garden, in the park, on the sidewalk
    10. Smoking harms nearlyevery organ of the body
    11. NON-SMOKERS LUNGS SMOKERS LUNGS• If you are a non-smoker, this is • If you are a smoker, I’m so sorry. how our lungs look like This is how your lungs may be.
    12. HEALTHY PERSON’S LUNGSONE PACKET • Whether A DAY FOR you like it or not 20 YEARS
    13. • I can hear you say, “will you please stopSTOP these slides and tell me what to do” •SAY NO TO TOBACCOSTART •Its never too late to give it up!
    14. WITHDRAWAL PLANSDo not smoke— not even one puff!Drink lots of water and juices.Avoid people who are smoking.Drink less alcohol or avoid it completely.Keep active — try walking, exercising, ordoing other activities or hobbies.Avoid situations and places where the urge to smoke is strongWhen you have an urge to smoke, breathe deeply and pictureyour lungs filling with fresh, clean air.Reward yourself everyday initially with saving money youwould have smoked and buying things for you or your family.
    15. Risk of cancer of Your persistent the mouth, throat cough andWHAT HAPPENS and esophagus phlegm will will go down. disappear. WHEN YOU Risk of heart Ability to smell &QUIT SMOKING attacks taste increases normalized to Fatigue decreases that of a non- & energy smoker in 5 years. W increases O Your loved ones W Your teeth will Your teeth will not be becomes whiter become cleaner harmed by your and cleaner and your smoke looks, self-image Youll be a and your self- healthier parent confidence will for your improve. children, now You will save a and in the future lot of money

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