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Smoking Presentation

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  • 1. SMOKINGAbdulla HusseinID number : H00229909
  • 2. Content• Introduction• The causes• The consequences• Health & effects• Possible solutions• Opinion/method• Conclusion
  • 3. What is smoking ?
  • 4. Smoking ingredients
  • 5. Reasons for smoking• Peer- pressure• Parents or role models smoke• It’s cool
  • 6. Health effects
  • 7. Consequences• Health diseases• Waste money• Waste energy
  • 8. Solutions• Nicotine gum• Advertisements on risk of smoking• Increase price of cigarettes• Age limits for purchasing cigarettes• Warning labels• Awareness campaigns
  • 9. Reasons for quitting:• Smoking is addictive• Smoking kills• Smoking is expensive
  • 10. Lung differences
  • 11. Benefits for quitting• General health improves• More energy• Save money• Sense of taste & smell improves• Set an example for young people
  • 12. Facts• Smoking reduces life expectancy by 7 to 8 years• 400,000 deaths annually in USA• Estimated to causes 10 million deaths per year worldwide in 2020• About 15 billion of cigarettes are sold daily
  • 13. Prevalence of cigarette smoking
  • 14. How to quit • S = set a quit date • T = tell family, friends that you plan to quit • A = anticipate & plan for the challenges you’ll face will smoking • R = remove cigarettes & tobacco from your home, car … • T = talk to your Dr. about getting help to quit
  • 15. Bibliography• Sheridan, Glyn. "What Are Some Solutions to Smoking?" LIVESTRONG.COM. 10 Aug. 2010. Web. 24 May 2012. <http://www.livestrong.com/article/199754-what-are- some-solutions-to-smoking/>.• Martin, Terry. "Global Smoking Statistics for 2002." About.com Smoking Cessation. 13 Mar. 2012. Web. 24 May 2012. <http://quitsmoking.about.com/cs/antismoking/a/statistics. htm>.
  • 16. Any questions?• Thank you for listening

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