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EFFECTS OF SMOKING
Transcript of EFFECTS OF SMOKING
Smoking KILLS!! references:
http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/aSGuest31316-271442-effects-smoking-education-ppt-powerpoint/ The longer you live
the more beautiful life becomes. The greatest wealth is health. Fresh air impoverishes the doctor...
then why smoking? Health The truth is you don’t feel to liable sited for very long.. The longer you smoke, the more symptoms you
are seemly to strengthen. -coughing
-difficult breathing -cancer -insensitivity infection
-long standing bronchitis Some of the effects are…. Respiratory system Effect # 1 smoking can cause of dangerous diseases like; Asthma,
tuberculosis, chronic bronchitis,
emphysema, feeling out of breath,
pneumonia, cold and flu. Effect #2 Digestive system -It creates peptic ulcers, gallstones,
stomach cancer, and heart burn. Lungs Effects #3 -lung cancer can occur to smokers. When a person smoke then tobacco makes blockage in lungs, and gradually it develops lung cancer. Effect # 4 Brain -brain goes to the unconscious level at the time of intoxication and it kills essential tissues of the brain. It can also cause of blood clotting in brain. Effect # 5 Skin -smoking badly effects on human skin. It can cause of aging, wrinkles, scarring and capillaries on the skin. effect # 6 -smoking leads to in adequate blood supply
due to the effects of carbon monoxide discharged
from tobacco. Heart attack Cancer
-tobacco use leads most commonly to diseases affecting the heart and lungs,
with smoking being a major risk factor for cancer. -the world health organization estimate that tobacco caused 100 million deaths over the course of the 20th century. “if we lost the battle against tobacco, we will lose the war against cancer” Smoking kills… “people always come up to me and say
That my smoking is bothering them…
Well, it’s killing me!” “if you finally quit smoking, that will be a beautiful service for the society” THANK YOU Prepared by Onofre
C. Unciano Jr.