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Smokin
g
quit it
By: Akshiv, Pavan and
Roshan
Statistics show that about
9 out of 10 tobacco users
start before they're 18
years old.
There are various
reasons why peop...
Women began to smoke cigarettes in the
1920s but not in large numbers until after
the Second World War, by which time they...
Nicotine is addictive
Tar causes lung cancer
and other types of cancer
Carbon Monixide reduces the
oxygen-carrying capacit...
Smoker's lungs Healthy lungs
It's estimated that trillions of
cigarette filters, filled with
toxic chemicals from tobacco
smoke, make their way into ou...
The filter
SMOKING
CAUSES 1 IN
EVERY 5 DEATHS
EVERY YEAR.
Did You KNoW?
A Single cigarettes
CONTAINS OVER 4800
Chemicals, 69 OF WICH ARE
KNOWN TO
Cause CANCER.
DID YOU KNOW?
Did You KNoW?
ABOUT 69% OF SMOKERS WANT
TO QUIT COMPLETELY
Did you know?
Worldwide
Every DAY.
ARE Smoked
DID YOU KNOW?
15 billion
cigarettes
BREATHING THE AIR IN
MUMBAI, INDIA, JUST
ONE DAY IS EQUIVALENT
TO SMOKING 100
CIGARETTES.
Did You Know?
EXPOSURE TO
SECONDHAND SMOKE
CAUSES NEARLY 50'000
DEATHS EACH YEAR
IN THE U.S ONLY.
Did You Know?
“Quit Smoking Before Smoking Quits You”
A burnt cigarette
ash said : Today its me, because of you!
Tomorrow it will be you...
How to quit smoking???
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved five Stop smoking
medication aids all of whi...
AnyQuestions?
AnyQuestions?
For watching
Quit smoking or die trying.
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Smoking stinks

  1. 1. Smokin g quit it By: Akshiv, Pavan and Roshan
  2. 2. Statistics show that about 9 out of 10 tobacco users start before they're 18 years old. There are various reasons why people start smoking. The main reasons are PEER Pressure, Smoking PARENTS and they think it's Cool.
  3. 3. Women began to smoke cigarettes in the 1920s but not in large numbers until after the Second World War, by which time they were smoking 3.4 cigarettes per adult female per day. Consumption continued to increase until it reached 7.2 cigarettes per day in 1974; it then declined to 5.1 cigarettes per day in 1987 Tobacco was first introduced in the USA in the sixteenth century when it was commonly smoked in pipes by men. Later snuff-taking and cigar smoking became popular among men but it was the invention of cigarette-making machines in the latter part of the nineteenth century that made mass consumption of tobacco possible.By 1919, more tobacco was sold as cigarettes than in any other form. At first only men smoked cigarettes and their consumption rose steadily until 1945, when it peaked at 12 manufactured cigarettes per adult male per day.
  4. 4. Nicotine is addictive Tar causes lung cancer and other types of cancer Carbon Monixide reduces the oxygen-carrying capacity of the blood Particulates damage The lung's surfaces Tar Tar is cigarette smoke causes cancer. Cancer us a disease in which some cells divide uncontrollably, forming a lump called a tumors. Many cancers can now be treated, but it is still very difficult to treat cancer in the lungs. Smoking cigarettes increases the risk of developing all types of cancer, but especially lung cancer. Carbon monoxide Carbon monoxide is an invisible gas. It combines with the hemoglobin inside red blood cells. This means that they cannot carry as much oxygen Particulates Particulates are tiny particles of soot and other substances. They get into the lungs and damage the cells. The thin walls of the air sacs may break down. This makes it much more difficult for oxygen to get from the air sacs into the blood Nicotine Nicotine is a drug. A drug is a substance that changes the way the body works. Some drugs, for example aspirin and antibodies - are useful. However, nicotine is a harmful drug. Nicotine is addictive. This means that, once your body has got used to it, it is very difficult to stop taking it
  5. 5. Smoker's lungs Healthy lungs
  6. 6. It's estimated that trillions of cigarette filters, filled with toxic chemicals from tobacco smoke, make their way into our environment as discarded waste yearly. Five trillion cigarette filters weigh approximately 2 billion pounds. While they may look like white cotton, cigarette filters are made of very thin fibers of a plastic called cellulose acetate. A cigarette filter can take between 18 months and 10 years to decompose. The cigarette filter
  7. 7. The filter
  8. 8. SMOKING CAUSES 1 IN EVERY 5 DEATHS EVERY YEAR. Did You KNoW?
  9. 9. A Single cigarettes CONTAINS OVER 4800 Chemicals, 69 OF WICH ARE KNOWN TO Cause CANCER. DID YOU KNOW?
  10. 10. Did You KNoW?
  11. 11. ABOUT 69% OF SMOKERS WANT TO QUIT COMPLETELY Did you know?
  12. 12. Worldwide Every DAY. ARE Smoked DID YOU KNOW? 15 billion cigarettes
  13. 13. BREATHING THE AIR IN MUMBAI, INDIA, JUST ONE DAY IS EQUIVALENT TO SMOKING 100 CIGARETTES. Did You Know?
  14. 14. EXPOSURE TO SECONDHAND SMOKE CAUSES NEARLY 50'000 DEATHS EACH YEAR IN THE U.S ONLY. Did You Know?
  15. 15. “Quit Smoking Before Smoking Quits You” A burnt cigarette ash said : Today its me, because of you! Tomorrow it will be you , because of me!!!
  16. 16. How to quit smoking??? The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved five Stop smoking medication aids all of which are effective. Among these four are nicotine replacement therapies like gum, inhaler, nasal spray and patches which relieve the smoker of withdrawal symptoms and cravings for cigarette without the dangers of carbon monoxide, tar and carcinogens. The other medication is a non- nicotine agent called Zyban or Wellbutrin.
  17. 17. AnyQuestions? AnyQuestions?
  18. 18. For watching Quit smoking or die trying.

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