THE UNIVERSITY OF

LAHORE
CIVIL ENGINEERING
DEPARTMENT
ENGLISH
LANGUAGE SKILLS
SMOKING
PRESENTED BY :
•
•
•
•
•

TALHA IQBAL
MUHAMMAD TALHA
MUHAMMAD FARAZ
MUHAMMAD TALHA
FAIZAN SARFRAZ

(074)
(065)
(071)
(062)...
What is smoking ?
Smoking is the habit of inhaling
and exhaling smoke of tobacco.
INGREDIENTS:
Ammonia: helps absorb more nicotine.
Arsenic: deadly poison that makes your lip burn.
Benzene: cancer causing...
Cadmium
batteries
Butane
Lighter
Fluid

Stearic acid
Candle Wax

Hexamine
Barbecue
Lighter

Toluene
Industrial
Solvent

Ni...
EFFECTS OF SMOKING ON
HUMAN HEALTH
• Smoking effects human body by raising
nicotine level and blood pressure.
• Smoking ha...
HEALTH RISKS
• CANCERS
• HEART DISEASES
• LUNGS DISEASES
• REPRODUCTIVE DAMAGES
• BIRTH DEFECTS
• DIABETIES
CANCERS
•
•
•
•
•

LUNGS CANCER
MOUTH CANCER
THROAT CANCER
KIDNEY CACER
PANCREAS CANCER
OTHER DAMAGES
•
•
•
•

WRINKLED SKIN
TOOTH LOSS
STOMACH ULCER
UNWANTED WEIGHT LOSS
POPULATION OF PAKISTAN
INVOLVED IN SMOKING
• Pakistan has the highest consumption of
tobacco in South Asia.
• The habit of...
EFFECT OF SMOKING ON
ENVIORMENT
• By smoking our environment is effected by the
smoke released by the smoker by polluting ...
DEATH RATE DUE TO
SMOKING
• In Pakistan about 10,000 people die
every year because of smoking.
• More then 430,000 people ...
WHY YOUNG PEOPLE
START SMOKING?
• Most people start smoking and go on to
become regular smokers as adults.
• The most suggested reason of smoking is
that ...
WHY WE SHOULD GIVE
UP SMOKING ?
• Smoking effects your taste and
smell , making both of them less
sensitive.
• Smokers suffer more frequently
from bronchi...
HOW TO PREVENT
SMOKING ?
• Most of daily smokers began smoking before
18 years old. Youth smoking can be prevented
with the combined effort of fami...
WAYS TO AVOID SMOKING
•
•
•
•
•

USE OF CHEWING GUM
STAY BUSY
SURROUND YOURSELF WITH NON SMOKERS
EXERCISE
DRINK PLENTY OF ...
CONCLUSION
A non smoker should turn down
tobacco if ever offered & persuade
others to do so.
‘’BECAUSE ONCE YOU START,
IT ...
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The university of lahore smoking

  1. 1. THE UNIVERSITY OF LAHORE CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
  2. 2. ENGLISH LANGUAGE SKILLS
  3. 3. SMOKING
  4. 4. PRESENTED BY : • • • • • TALHA IQBAL MUHAMMAD TALHA MUHAMMAD FARAZ MUHAMMAD TALHA FAIZAN SARFRAZ (074) (065) (071) (062) (044)
  5. 5. What is smoking ? Smoking is the habit of inhaling and exhaling smoke of tobacco.
  6. 6. INGREDIENTS: Ammonia: helps absorb more nicotine. Arsenic: deadly poison that makes your lip burn. Benzene: cancer causing chemical. Cadmium: causes damage to liver and brain.
  7. 7. Cadmium batteries Butane Lighter Fluid Stearic acid Candle Wax Hexamine Barbecue Lighter Toluene Industrial Solvent Nicotine Insecticide Ammonia Toilet Cleaner Acetic acid Vinegar Methane Sewer Gas Arsenic Poison Carbon Monoxide Methanol Rocket Fuel
  8. 8. EFFECTS OF SMOKING ON HUMAN HEALTH • Smoking effects human body by raising nicotine level and blood pressure. • Smoking has many other risks like; a. Heart Disease b. Cancer c. Fatigue
  9. 9. HEALTH RISKS • CANCERS • HEART DISEASES • LUNGS DISEASES • REPRODUCTIVE DAMAGES • BIRTH DEFECTS • DIABETIES
  10. 10. CANCERS • • • • • LUNGS CANCER MOUTH CANCER THROAT CANCER KIDNEY CACER PANCREAS CANCER
  11. 11. OTHER DAMAGES • • • • WRINKLED SKIN TOOTH LOSS STOMACH ULCER UNWANTED WEIGHT LOSS
  12. 12. POPULATION OF PAKISTAN INVOLVED IN SMOKING • Pakistan has the highest consumption of tobacco in South Asia. • The habit of smoking is mostly found in youth and the lower class of society. • According to some surveys, 40% males and 8% females are involved in smoking.
  13. 13. EFFECT OF SMOKING ON ENVIORMENT • By smoking our environment is effected by the smoke released by the smoker by polluting the atmosphere. • It is also been estimated that one tree is consumed for every 300 cigarettes produced.
  14. 14. DEATH RATE DUE TO SMOKING • In Pakistan about 10,000 people die every year because of smoking. • More then 430,000 people died every year world wide. • In Pakistan lung cancer is caused directly by tobacco in 90% of cases.
  15. 15. WHY YOUNG PEOPLE START SMOKING?
  16. 16. • Most people start smoking and go on to become regular smokers as adults. • The most suggested reason of smoking is that young people are attracted to the “image” they associate. • Young people are also most likely to start if their friends or family are smokers.
  17. 17. WHY WE SHOULD GIVE UP SMOKING ?
  18. 18. • Smoking effects your taste and smell , making both of them less sensitive. • Smokers suffer more frequently from bronchitis. • Smoking increases the risk of developing diabetes.
  19. 19. HOW TO PREVENT SMOKING ?
  20. 20. • Most of daily smokers began smoking before 18 years old. Youth smoking can be prevented with the combined effort of families, schools, communities and policy makers. • Government should also play its role in prevention of smoking by declaring smoking illegal and by preventing it from being produced in the country or being imported.
  21. 21. WAYS TO AVOID SMOKING • • • • • USE OF CHEWING GUM STAY BUSY SURROUND YOURSELF WITH NON SMOKERS EXERCISE DRINK PLENTY OF WATER
  22. 22. CONCLUSION A non smoker should turn down tobacco if ever offered & persuade others to do so. ‘’BECAUSE ONCE YOU START, IT IS HARD TO STOP.’’
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