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  • MADE BY-Pranav Vyas
  • Smoking Hazardous to Your Health
  • SMOKING: A DEADLY STATITICS  1.3 billion people worldwide smoke.  6000 billion cigarette sticks are smoked worldwide every year.  4.9 million death every year worldwide due to tobacco smoking (WHO) will reach to 10 million by 2020, 70% of which will occur in developing countries.  INDIA – 6,35,000 people die from tobacco related diseases every year (WHO) 4 lakh cases of cancer, 13 lakh cases of heart ailments, 80 to 90% of lung cancer cases due to smoking. Pattern of Consumption l 54% Beedis 27% Pan Masala, Snuff, Chewing tobacco, 19% Cigarette 55,000 children start smoking in an year. Indian’s smoke 90 billion cigarettes an year. At an average Rs. 2 a cigarette Rs. 180 billion goes up in smoke. According to Indian Council of Medical Research the cost of treating tobacco related diseases and cancers was Rs. 2776 crores. Whereas the value of tobacco products sold nation wide is about 24,400 crores. If this trend goes unchecked 13% of all deaths in India would be solely due View slide
  • The Facts Smoking: • Is addictive – more than heroine or cocaine • Makes your clothes, hair and breath smell • Turns your teeth and fingers yellow • Increases risk of stroke and heart attack • Increases risk of developing diabetes • Is the most common cause of lung, throat and mouth cancer (Website Source: http://www.cyh.com/HealthTopics/HealthTopicDetails.aspx?p=240&n View slide
  • Australian Statistics in 2009 • 30% of men and 27% of women are smokers • Average 18 cigarettes a day • By the age of 15, 25% of boys and 28% of girls are regular smokers (source: www.smokingstatistics.org) • Smoking causes 80% of all drug related deaths (Source: www.cyh.com) (image: courtesy of clipart)
  • (Source: www.willwilliams.co.uk/common-issues/smoking/whats-in-a-cigarette)
  • SMOKE – A DEADLY MIXTURE BURNING CIGARETTES AT TEMP. 9000C PRODUCES, A DEADLY MIXTURE OF 3500 CHEMICAL SUBSTANCES. A PERSON WHO SMOKES 20 CIGARETTES MAKES 78,000 PUFFS AN YEAR. EACH PUFF HAS 15 BILLION PARTICLES!! THESE ARE THE CHEMICALS: NICOTINE, TAR, PYRIDINE, METHYL ALCOHOL, AMMONIA, CARBON MONOXIDE, FORMALDEHYDE, BENZOPY RENE, PHENOLS, ARSENIC, FORMIC ACID, HYDROGEN CYANIDE etc. AND EVEN INCLUDING INSECTICIDES AND RADIOACTIVE POLONIUM 210. THESE CHEMICALS ABSORBED INTO THE BLOOD, REACHES EVERY ORGAN SYSTEM IN THE BODY AND ARE CANCER CAUSING, MUTAGENIC AND TUMOR CAUSING.
  • GASES CARBON MONOXIDE POISONOUS HYDROCYANIC ACID CILIOTOXIN AND IRRITANT ACETALDEHYDE CILIOTOXIN AND IRRITANT ACROLEIN CILIOTOXIN AND IRRITANT AMMONIA CILIOTOXIN AND IRRITANT FORMALDEHYDE CILIOTOXIN AND IRRITANT OXIDES OF NITROGEN CILIOTOXIN AND IRRITANT NITROSOAMINES CILIOTOXIN AND IRRITANT HYDROZINE CILIOTOXIN AND IRRITANT VINYL CHLORIDE CILIOTOXIN AND IRRITANT
  • Over 4000 Chemicals!!!! (60 of which are carcinogenic) Source: www.willwilliams.co.uk/common-issues/smoking/whats-in-a-cigarette) Image courtesy of ClipArt
  • Stroke Heart Disease Lung Cancer Stomach Cancer Emphysema Smoking Throat Cancer Bladder Cancer
  • HEART
  • STROKE
  • KILLER WEED The Portuguese introduced tobacco in India 400 years ago. Tobacco consumption has been rising from that time. The tobacco fact sheet is scary. Tobacco is the second major cause of death in the world. It is currently responsible for the death of one in 10 adults worldwide (about five million deaths each year). If current smoking pattern continue, it will cause some 10 million deaths each year by 2020. Half the people that smoke today – that is about 650 million people – will eventually be killed by tobacco. According to the Indian Council for Medical Research (ICMR) the cost of treating tobacco related disorders like COPD, CAD and cancers was Rs. 2,776 crores whereas the value of tobacco products sold nation wide was about Rs. 24,400 crores. If this trend goes unchecked 13 per cent of all deaths in India would be solely due to tobacco. Eight lakh people die every year, 2,200 deaths per day and 90 per hour. The Government of India has passed an antitobacco legislation. “The Cigarettes and Other Tobacco Products Act 2003”, which came into force on May 1, 2004. This replaces the Cigarette Act 1975. If this act is enforced fully, there can be
  • Ways to quit smoking Immediate: Stop at once. This has been found to be the best way to quit smoking. But in the case of heavy smokers and those who have been smoking for a long time. “Cold Turkey” may not be the best method. Gradual: Reduce the number of cigarettes gradually each day till you reach the no smoking stage. Another option is to delay lighting up another cigarette until you can go through a day without smoking.
  • Good Reason for Quitting Quitting smoking is one of the most important things you will ever do: • You will live longer and live better • Quitting will lower your chance of having a heart attack, stroke or cancer. • If you are pregnant, quitting smoking will improve your chances of having a healthy baby. • The people you live with, especially your children, will be healthier. • You will have extra money to spend on things other than cigarettes.
  • 1. Get Ready • Set a quit date • Change your environment 1. Get rid of ALL cigarettes and ashtrays in your home, car, and place of work. 2. Don’t let people smoke in your home. • Review your past attempts to quite. Think about what worked and what did not. • Once you quit, don’t smoke – NOT EVEN A PUFF!
  • Special Situations or Conditions • Studies suggest that everyone can quit smoking. Your situation or condition can give you a special reason to quit. • Pregnant women/new mothers: By quitting, you protect your baby’s health and your own. • Hospitalized patients: By quitting, you reduce health problems and help healing. • Heart attack patients: By quitting, you reduce your risk of a second heart attack. • Lung, head, and neck cancer patients: By quitting, you reduce your chance of a second cancer. • Parents of children and adolescents: By quitting, you protect your children and adolescents from illnesses caused by secondhand smoke.