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  •  Ang Tabacco o Tobacco ay isang uri ng droga at sa pamamagitan ng pagsinghot ng usok ay nakakagaan ng pakiramdam (is a drug and the inhalation of its smoke produces a pleasant sensation).  isang sikat na gawain o pampalipas-oras na kadalasang sinasama sa inuman at paghahalubilo para matanggal ang pagkabagot o pigipit (stress)  Maaring damhin ng isang tao na ang pagyoyosi ay mapanghalina at nakakaakit (Individuals perceive smoking to be attractive and glamorous.)  Ang pag-iwas na madagdagan ang timbang ng mga babae ay isa sa mga rason bakit nagyoyosi ang ibang kababaihan (Prevention of weight gain are often cited as reasons why young girls take up smoking.)
  • Nakatala sa ibaba ang mga rikado ng yosi: Acetone - paints, varnishes, oils, waxes, resins, plastics DDT/Dieldrin - used for insecticide Ammonia - fertilzer Formaldehyde - preservatives (embalming) Butane - used in lighters Lead - construction, batteries, alloys, ammunition Methanol - fuel
  •  Smoking is dangerous, not only for the person holding the cigarette, but also for the people who share their environment.  Secondhand smoke, which is caused by smokers and inhaled by people nearby.  Secondhand smoke causes lung cancer in nonsmokers. At work  The workplace is a major source of SHS exposure for many adults.  Separating smokers from non-smokers, cleaning the air, and ventilating the building cannot prevent exposure if people still smoke inside the building.  Workplace smoking restrictions may also encourage smokers to smoke less, or even quit.
  • In public places  Everyone can be exposed to SHS in public places, such as restaurants, shopping centers, public transportation, schools, and daycare centers.  Public places where children go are a special area of concern. At home  Children’s growing bodies are especially sensitive to the poisons in SHS. Asthma, lung infections, and ear infections are more common in children who are around smokers.  Think about it: we spend more time at home than anywhere else. A smoke-free home protects your family, your guests, and even your pets.  SHS cannot be controlled with ventilation, air cleaning, or by separating smokers from non-smokers.
  •  Separate or ventilated smoking areas do not protect non-smokers from second-hand smoke. Second-hand smoke can spread from a smoking area to a non-smoking area, even if the doors between the two areas are closed and even if ventilation is provided. Only 100% smoke-free environments provide effective protection.  Youths exposed to second-hand smoke at home are one-and-a-half to two times more likely to start smoking than those not exposed.
  •  4,000 chemical components, 250 of them are harmful
  •  1, 3 Butadeine  Acrolein  Arsenic  Benzene  Cadmium  Chromium VI  Formaldehyde  Polonium-210  Tar
  • Carbon Monoxide + Nicotine =
  •  Tobacco smoke can decrease bone density  Increase risk for osteoporosis  Smoking in an early age = higher risk for osteoporosis
  • Smoking can harm the blood cells and damage the function of the heart which increases the risk for the following:  Atherosclerosis  Aneurysms  Coronary Heart Disease  Peripheral Arterial Disease  Stroke
  • Every cigarette you smoke damages your breathing and scars your lungs.
  • Smoking causes:  Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease  Emphysema  Chronic Bronchitis  Pneumonia * People with asthma can suffer severe attacks when around cigarette smoke.
  • Smoking is as bad for your eyes as it is for the rest of your body. This can lead to an increased risk of developing the following:  Age-related macular degeneration  Cataract  Optic nerve damage
  • People who smoke any kind of cigarette are at an increased risk for smoking-related symptoms and diseases.
  •  Shortness of breath and coughing  1-4 cigarettes a day can increase risk of dying from heart disease and all causes, like cancer.  4-5 cigarettes daily can lead to withdrawal symptoms after 24 hours of abstinence  Women’s risk of lung cancer is greater than men’s
  • Also known as “Environmental tobacco smoke” is the smoke a smoker breathes out and that comes from the tip of burning cigarettes, pipes, and cigars
  •  Causes about 3,000 deaths from lung cancer and tens of thousands of deaths from heart disease to nonsmoking adults in the United States each year.  Harmful to your children's health because their lungs still are developing
  • Developing baby and Smoke:  Miscarriage  Premature birth  Lower birth weight than expected  Sudden Infant Death Syndrome  Learning problems and Attention- deficit/Hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
  • Children and 2nd hand smoke:  Ear infections  Coughs and colds  Respiratory problems such as bronchitis and pneumonia  Tooth decay
  •  Poor lung development  Lung cancer  Heart disease  Cataracts