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  • smoking implements include pipes, cigars, bidis, hookahsand bongs
  • - Smoking Parents, siblings, or friends:children may start smoking as they have grown up in an environment where their parents, grandparents, older siblings and friends smoke, and so they smoke in order to look and act like them. - Manage stress or nerves:The habit of cigarette smoking is often used to tranquilize emotional issues like anxiety, stress, or low self-esteem. In addition, smoking provides comfort to people with conditions of chronic pain and depression. Smokers with emotional stress or chronic pain often turn to smoking as an attempt to treat their pain. For instance, they may use it to reduce anxiety, provide a sense of calmness and energy, and elevate their mood. - Manage low self-esteem:Some children may also begin to smoke if they have low self-esteem. Smoking may get them in with the "in crowd" and help them to make friends. If they smoke, then they will be accepted by their peers. - get attention:Some teenagers may take up smoking because their favourite film star or pop star smokes. They may think that if they smoke just like their favorite idol does, then they will appear more glamorous, attractive or sexy, like them. -Keeps weight down:Many people smoke because they think smoking will help them from gaining weight.
  • Smoking Statistics by age: 2011about 22% are between the age of 18 to 24 years.about 24% are between the age of 25 to 44 yearsabout 22% are between the age of 45 to 65 years .about 9% are above 64 years of age.

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  • 1. SmokingDone by: Ahmed Hassan almashjari ID : H00213896
  • 2. Table of Contents• What Is Smoking.• Why People Smoke.• Smoking Symptoms.• Smoking Consequences.• Quitting Smoking.• Statistics.• References.
  • 3. What is smokinginhaling the smokeof a burnedsubstance such asTobacco
  • 4. Methods of smoking
  • 5. Why people Smoke• Smoking Parents, siblings, or friends.• Manage stress or nerves.• get attention.
  • 6. Smoking Symptoms• Bad breath.• Nicotine-stained fingers and teeth.• Frequent lung infections, influenza and cold.• high blood pressure.• Loss of taste and smell.
  • 7. Smoking Symptoms• Low oxygen levels in the blood.• wrinkling of the skin.• difficulty breathing.• Smokers cough.• Smoky-smelling clothes and hair.
  • 8. Diseases and consequences of smoking• Heart diseases• Lung cancer• Throat Cancer• Stomach cancer• Emphysema• Bladder Cancer• Stroke
  • 9. How to Quit Smoking1: Realize the effort required to quit andbelieve your self you can stop smoking .2: Stop Smoking.3: Avoid sitting with smokers.4: use nicotine replacement products(gum and patches).5: Get help if you need it (doctors ortherapy sessions).
  • 10. • Smoking kills up to half of its users.• Nearly 6,000,000 smokers die every year.• In 2010, about 20% of the world population smokes.
  • 11. References• http://www.who.int/mediacentre/factsheets/fs339/en/• http://www.helpwithsmoking.com/why-people-smoke.php• http://www.annettecolby.com/blog/2009/10/15/why-people-smoke-cigarettes- five-reasons-that-might-surprise-you/• http://www.localhealth.com/article/smoking/symptoms• http://www.quitsmokingpainlesslynow.com/benefits-to-quit/smoking-causes- blindness/• http://www.cdc.gov/tobacco/quit_smoking/how_to_quit/quit_tips/index.htm
  • 12. Thank You