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Tabacco Smoking In India

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  • 1. TABACCO SMOKING IN INDIA RAJNIKANT GEORGE
  • 2.
    • In 20 century the tobacco killed 100 million people worldwide,
    • During the 21 st century, it could kill one billon,
    • “ It is truly remarkable that one single factor, namely smoking, which is entirely preventable, accounts for nearly one in 10 of all deaths in India” Professor Amartya Sen Harvard University
    • “ Tobacco is one of the greatest emerging heath disaster in human history.”
    • Dr Geo Harlem, formal director,general,WHO(1998)
  • 3. INTORDUCTION
    • Tobacco smoking is the practice where the substance, tobacco, is burned (pyrolyzed) and the vapors either tasted or inhaled. The practice dates back to 5000 BC in shamanistic rituals.
    • Smoking is the most common method of consuming tobacco. Tobacco is likewise the most common substance smoked. The agricultural product is often mixed with other additives.
  • 4.
    • Cigarette smoking kills nearly about 420,000 people a year
    • Smoke also contains nitrogen oxide and carbon monoxide, which are harmful gases. 
    • Smoking is the inhalation of the smoke of burning tobacco encased in cigarettes, pipes, and cigars.
  • 5.
    • The New England Journal of Medicine study found smoking already accounts for 900,000 deaths a year in India.
    • It is estimated that there are about 120 million smokers in India.
    • The study found that, among men, about 61% of those who smoke can expect to die at ages 30-69 compared with only 41% of otherwise similar non-smokers.
    • Among women, 62% of those who smoke can expect to die at ages 30-69 compared with only 38% of non-smokers.
  • 6. TYPE OF TABACCO
    • Beedi
    • Cigars
    • Cigarettes
    • Hookah
    • Pipe smoking
    • Passive smoking
  • 7. What are the risks
    • Heart disease
    • Cancer
    • Dementia and neurologic diseases
    • Lung disease
    • Female infertility and pregnancy
    • Effects on bones and joints
    • Behavioral and Social Problems
    • Male sexuality and reproduction
  • 8. ANAYSIS OF STATE (Bangalore, Chandigarh, Delhi and Kanpur)
    • The study population 0f 73605 in total consists of male 32682 and female 35923 subject of over 15 year of age.
    • According to Dr. S.k jindal :
    • Different smoking forms and relationship with demographic variable. The prevalence of smoking in 28.5% of men and 2.1% women.
  • 9. Distribution of prevalence of smoking habit at the four centre:
    • Sources : DR. S.K. Jindal, proof of PIMER, Chandigarh .
    11496 740 10756 TOTAL 2903 1 2902 Bangalore 2290 88 2202 KANPUR 2671 322 2349 Delhi 3632 329 3303 Chandigarh TOATAL FEMALE MEN STATE
  • 10. Nearly two third of world’s smokers in 9 countries sources: WHO 2008 report
  • 11. Adult Prevalence of current tobacco use Sources : national family heath survey India 2005-06 Age group 18-49 Female 3.1 Male 57.0
  • 12. Prevalence of tobacco use youth Prevalence of current tobacco use Sources : global youth tobacco survey age group13-14 Female 9.7% Male 17.3%5
  • 13. What is the physical benefits after quitting ?
    • What is the physical benefits after quitting.doc
  • 14. Thank you
    • “ We must become the
    • change we want to see”
    • Mahatma Gandhi